find room for

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The wanton wind had been so busily kissing them all the morning that they were quite dry, so I was able to find room for them in my knapsack without danger to the other contents; and, with a hasty good-day to their recent possessor, I set off at full speed to find a secure nook where I could throw myself down on the grass, and let loose the absurd laughter that was dangerously bottled up within me; but even before I do that it behoves me if possible to vindicate my sanity to the reader.
The Portrait of a Nobleman was politely reserved to be hung up, if the Royal Academicians could possibly find room for it.
How they were all to be conveyed, he would have made a difficulty if he could, but as his son and daughter's carriage and horses were actually at Hartfield, he was not able to make more than a simple question on that head; it hardly amounted to a doubt; nor did it occupy Emma long to convince him that they might in one of the carriages find room for Harriet also.
But these they do exceedingly well, and intersperse them, with singular ingenuity, wherever they find room for the chisel.
Doubtless, it is part of the ideal of the Anglican Church that, under certain safeguards, it should find room for latitudinarians even among its clergy.
Not far from these, we must find room for one whose success has been of the wrong kind; the man who should have lingered in the cloisters of a university, digging new treasures out of the Herculaneum of antique lore, diffusing depth and accuracy of literature throughout his country, and thus making for himself a great and quiet fame.
While I was a student at Hampton, the dormitories became so crowded that it was impossible to find room for all who wanted to be admitted.
Let us find room for this great guest in our small houses.
Bring half a dozen more if you like, and we'll find room for 'em.
All those minute circumstances belonging to private life and domestic character, all that gives verisimilitude to a narrative, and individuality to the persons introduced, is still known and remembered in Scotland; whereas in England, civilisation has been so long complete, that our ideas of our ancestors are only to be gleaned from musty records and chronicles, the authors of which seem perversely to have conspired to suppress in their narratives all interesting details, in order to find room for flowers of monkish eloquence, or trite reflections upon morals.
We can make our own rules and regulations, we wouldn't have to find room for everyone and their families who want to come here and live off benefits we can't afford.
While you have greater opportunity to upgrade and customise units to your play style, Beyond Earth doesn't find room for playable alien races, meaning you're stuck with one set of unit types across each faction you may choose to become.