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Their geese and turkeys I usually ate at a mouthful, and I confess they far exceed ours.
I own she came often to my house, but always publicly, nor ever without three more in the coach, who were usually her sister and young daughter, and some particular acquaintance; but this was common to many other ladies of the court.
The appeals to the people, therefore, would usually be made by the executive and judiciary departments.
I thought the slight color which usually adorned the fair oval cheeks of Adrienne deepened a little at this remark, and I certainly felt a little tremor in the hand which held me; but it could not have been shame, as the sweet girl often alluded to her poverty in a way so simple and natural, as to prove that she had no false feelings on that subject.
However, dairies and wineries are not usually located on the same soil, so this theory didn't always hold true.
Clone: a line of genetically identical cells, usually created or expanded from a single parent cell.
A cold front usually causes heavy precipitation followed by colder weather.
The photos in the Contax gallery are almost always printed very large and are usually color.
For example, we usually don't consider self-defense or the use of police force to be violence per se; rather, we say that these are justified uses of force.
A high quality sand system has a "black silky" appearance (in contrast, if a sand system has a "dull gray" look it is usually a poorly performing system).
These medications are usually taken one to three times per day and are usually effective after several weeks of therapy.