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This, therefore, is nearly allied to the fault above mentioned:--for Orestes might as well have brought tokens with him.
These recognitions alone dispense with the artificial aid of tokens or amulets.
'By what token?' I replied; 'by your throwing the book at him?
He cast a searching glance at me, as the servant withdrew, expecting to see some token of deep astonishment and alarm; but, being previously prepared, I preserved an aspect of stoical indifference.
Leave no black plume as a token of that lie thy soul hath spoken!
I bear a token from Kolk to his father, which will prove that I am a friend."
"And now, in token of candor, I ask you to reveal to me your chief passion," said the latter.
However, on the third night the soldier carried away one of the golden cups as a token of where he had been.
Into this, as it gained strength, he placed many stones from a convenient pile, each fire-blackened in token that it had been similarly used many times.
'You bring,' said Emma, faltering, 'some note or token from my uncle?'
'No, Miss Haredale, I have no letter, nor any token of any kind; for while I sympathise with you, and such as you, on whom misfortune so heavy and so undeserved has fallen, I value my life.
On the Use of Multiple Tokens on Ring Networks, Proc.