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And yet she lived upon the wide sea: and the sea tragic and comic, the sea with its horrors and its peculiar scandals, the sea peopled by men and ruled by iron necessity is indubitably a part of the world.
However, some dukes wear their hair long, and the fellow indubitably knew his business.
To look forward to the gratification of some desire, to the gratification of some passion, love, ambition, hate--hate too indubitably.
The picture Gabriel had drawn, indeed, threatened serious consequences, and would indubitably have led to them, but luckily at that moment a light footstep crossed the threshold, and Dolly, running in, threw her arms round her old father's neck and hugged him tight.
There was something so indubitably genuine in the wonderful laugh, and series of snorts and puffs, engendered in Mr Pancks's astonishment at, and utter rejection of, the idea, that his being quite in earnest could not be questioned.
Now, if, during this brief period, Oliver had been surrounded by careful grandmothers, anxious aunts, experienced nurses, and doctors of profound wisdom, he would most inevitably and indubitably have been killed in no time.
It would seem that both the mature young lady and the mature young gentleman must indubitably be Veneering's oldest friends.
Weller would otherwise most indubitably have received from his master.
200 YEARS AGO: Every disinterested, candid person, reflecting on the superior importance of education and the numerous requisite qualifications in public preceptors of the youth, will indubitably be fully persuaded that the compensations generally received by persons undertaking that arduous talk are very far inadequate in proportion to the attention and anxiety they must inevitably experience.
Newt Gingrich, who announced his campaign last week, will indubitably have to deal with copious questions surrounding his personal life, in particular his two failed marriages and his history of infidelity - though he begs possible supporters to "look at who I am today.
The form horse this week is indubitably Joakim Haeggman after his third-place efforts in superior company at Deutsche Bank and Wentworth, but whether the Swede can do it for a third week on the spin is dubious.
God only knows why teddy bears should feel the urge to schedule picnics, but if you happened to go down to the woods today and saw a group of stuffed animals munching scotch eggs, it would indubitably come as a big surprise.