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They put these up in several grades, and sold them at several prices; but the contents of the cans all came out of the same hopper.
Her whole soul was possessed by the fact that a fuller life was opening before her: she was a neophyte about to enter on a higher grade of initiation.
Well, I make Assorted Flutters for flags and bunting, and a superior grade of Rustles for ladies' silk gowns.
Forgive me, all of you, that I say it so plainly, but you are a race who are on the downward grade, and Japan seeks for no alliance save with those whose faces are lifted to the skies.
The next grade in the social scale being made of leather, and the next of coarse linen stuff.
You-all are on the grade at last," Harnish remarked, as he saw the fifteen hundred and raised a thousand in turn.
Joe was halfway down to the saloon when Martin passed by, bending low over the handle-bars, his legs driving the ninety- six gear with rhythmic strength, his face set for seventy miles of road and grade and dust.
In short, I couldn't play with the pupils of a lower grade.
It would be easy to show that within the same group carnivorous animals exist having every intermediate grade between truly aquatic and strictly terrestrial habits; and as each exists by a struggle for life, it is clear that each is well adapted in its habits to its place in nature.
The extreme though rather formal courtesy of our host and hostess, considering their grade of life, was quite delightful.
said Katavasov, fancying from the artilleryman's apparent age that he must have reached a fairly high grade.
Around a sharp turn, speeding down the grade upon them, had appeared an automobile.