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Even that little paragraph had two or three large headlines, and his eye encountered, "Sensational Warning to Sweden," and, "We Shall Protest.
Fisher instantly stepped toward him with the pink paper in his hand, and, with a few words, pointed out the apocalyptic paragraph.
I am going to Beauchamp, in whose journal this paragraph appears, and I shall insist on his retracting the assertion before two witnesses.
You see it is a serious annoyance," said Morcerf, when Beauchamp had finished the perusal of the paragraph.
I will look at it again;" and he read the paragraph for the third time, laying a stress on each word as he proceeded.
The article was not inserted by me -- I was not even aware of it; but you have, by the step you have taken, called my attention to the paragraph in question, and it will remain until it shall be either contradicted or confirmed by some one who has a right to do so.
Pott read the paragraph, uttered a loud shriek, and threw herself at full length on the hearth-rug, screaming, and tapping it with the heels of her shoes, in a manner which could leave no doubt of the propriety of her feelings on the occasion.
I never believed that the paragraph had any foundation, my dear--impossible.
Then come "Wrecks and Casualties" - a longish array of paragraphs, unless the weather has been fair and clear, and friendly to ships all over the world.
Introduction to "A Treatise concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge," paragraphs 10, 11, and 12.
Paragraph 2 of the Amended Complaint sets forth allegations of law, not fact, to which no response is required.
We contacted NAVSEA and were told that NSTM paragraph 300-2.