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I sometimes put Grandmother Gnit together myself, because I know her so well I can tell every piece that belongs to her.
The proposition pleased the two others, and they set out on their way together.
2) We can collect together all the happenings, in different places, which are connected in the way that common sense regards as being due to their emanating from one object.
On that day Barbicane called together his foremen and addressed them as follows: "You are well aware, my friends, of the object with which I have assembled you together in this wild part of Florida.
Oh, go with me; if we five are together, we shall easily travel through the wide world.
Eureka quickly followed him, and soon they were all standing together upon the platform, with eight of the much prized wooden wings beside them.
So now people begged Macpherson to travel through the Highlands and gather together as much of the old poetry of the people as he could.
When she could let her attention take its natural course again, she found the Miss Musgroves just fetching the Navy List(their own navy list, the first that had ever been at Uppercross), and sitting down together to pore over it, with the professed view of finding out the ships that Captain Wentworth had commanded.
Our chief object will be to see whether or not the rules indicate that species have specially been endowed with this quality, in order to prevent their crossing and blending together in utter confusion.
The prejudice has probably been derived from India, and the Indian islands, where troops of elephants, noble forests, and impenetrable jungles, are associated together in every one's mind.
Benjamin's experience with the "Puzzles" which he had put together in the days of his boyhood proved to be of some use to his companions.
We did not know how to add strength together and become strong.