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He looked, as he spoke, to the seat which Mrs Clay had been lately occupying: a sufficient explanation of what he particularly meant; and though Anne could not believe in their having the same sort of pride, she was pleased with him for not liking Mrs Clay; and her conscience admitted that his wishing to promote her father's getting great acquaintance was more than excusable in the view of defeating her.
Now,' he thought to himself, with an excusable sense of triumph, 'let the whole family come here if they like
Bob Jakin was with him, come to congratulate "the old master," not without some excusable pride that he had had his share in bringing about Mr.
It may make many things intelligible and excusable which now are not to be understood.
After favouring them with some heads of that discourse, he remarked that he considered the subject of the day's homily, ill-chosen; which was the less excusable, he added, when there were so many subjects "going about.
I hope a little insincerity, when meant to act as chloroform--to save a woman from feeling a wound to her vanity--is excusable.
Villa have won ten of their last 12 league games and the two blips were excusable, losing 2-0 at Fulham and drawing 1-1 with Preston when missing Jack Grealish and Albert Adomah.
Secretive expenditure is excusable for the Military and the National Intelligence Service - and only in extraordinary circumstances such as flashpoints in the war on terror.
7 (b) may be extended upon a showing of excusable neglect under Minn.
Authorities said the delay was excusable because they still had to bring the siblings from Ozamiz to Manila for security reasons.
Mohsen Hassan a precise que la decision du depart du gouvernement peut etre excusable mais que la decision de rallier l'opposition est une decision pas assez etudiee et irresponsable.