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He, also, was newly arrived in Bagdad, and being brothers in misfortune, we resolved to cast in our lots together, and to share whatever fate might have in store.
If American, what was to become of the newly acquired possession of the Northwest Company?
Word they gave me overhead of quarry newly slain, Word I gave them underfoot of buck upon the plain.
One dwells in lonely places, Newly with grass o'ergrown; some solemn graces, Some human memories and tearful lore, Render him terrorless: his name's "No More.
They entered the elegant, newly decorated, and luxurious dining room.
And then he found himself with a surplus of gold, deposited in the two newly organized banks; and he was promptly besieged by men and groups of men to enlist his capital in their enterprises.
The almost vanished flowers in the carpet-pattern, she conceived to be newly hideous.
SOME CRANES made their feeding grounds on some plowlands newly sown with wheat.
I was out with a small scouting party and found your body, full of bullet-holes and newly scalped-- somewhat mutilated otherwise, too, I am sorry to say--right where you say you made your fight.
It must be confessed that this ingenious interpretation of the dream in the light of newly discovered evidence did not wholly commend itself to the son's more logical mind; he had, for the moment at least, a conviction that it foreshadowed a more simple and immediate, if less tragic, disaster than a visit to the Pacific Coast.
There they turned off to a little path leading to the high road to Epinay where we lost the traces in the newly macadamised highway.
As soon as he arrived in Petersburg, people began to talk about him as a newly risen star of the first magnitude.