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The prize was delivered to Tom with as much effusion as the superintendent could pump up under the circumstances; but it lacked somewhat of the true gush, for the poor fellow's instinct taught him that there was a mystery here that could not well bear the light, perhaps; it was simply preposterous that this boy had warehoused two thousand sheaves of Scriptural wisdom on his premises -- a dozen would strain his capacity, without a doubt.
This was the same Emery who became eventually superintendent of finance.
Yes," said the king, replying pointedly to the superintendent of finances, "yes, at the point of death, monsieur le cardinal makes me a donation of all his wealth.
Aramis perceived that the superintendent either doubted him, or felt he was powerless to obtain the money.
The crowd halted, pressing around those who had heard what the superintendent had said, and looking at the departing trap.
Martin talked with the superintendent of the Asa agencies, and after dinner he drew him aside with Hermann, whom he backed financially for the best bicycle store with fittings in Oakland.
Alexander and the superintendent picked their way out slowly over the long span.
But," said the superintendent, "as you and I have already agreed, you must begin at the bottom.
He had a feeling that the testimony of the foremen and the superintendent had brought about the adverse decision of the court.
Why, even Superintendent Bell came to see me, and he's really a very fine man.
Each superintendent took his post by the aperture of the run.
Superintendent Seegrave, of your local police force, and two of his men.

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