of that sort

See: cognate
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In the case of that sort of motion which yet remains, of those that have been enumerated, it is not easy to state what is its contrary.
Indeed, her sympathies were easily accessible to a man of that sort. She was not an exploiting capitalist herself; she was, as it were, above the play of economic conditions.
He had made for himself the rule to receive everything of that sort in a silence which he took care from policy and inclination not to make offensive.
And your painter's flesh is good--solidity, transparency, everything of that sort. I went into that a great deal at one time.