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she said to herself, with a reckless laugh; "I am equally worthless in my own estimation, whichever I put on.
When she came to herself, or when Miss Betsey had restored her, whichever it was, she found the latter standing at the window.
Thankee, Sir," said Joe, stiff from head to foot, "I'll take whichever is most agreeable to yourself.
Howbeit, whichever bears the palm, there they were, the types after which we all strive.
When the day of reckoning had come the peasant led him into a barn, and pointing to two full sacks, said: 'Take whichever of these you choose.
for whichever you mean to do, it will lead to the loss of your reputation and good name.
Wherefore, O men of Athens, I say to you, do as Anytus bids or not as Anytus bids, and either acquit me or not; but whichever you do, understand that I shall never alter my ways, not even if I have to die many times.
Marechal Victor, when he started, about nine at night, from the heights of Studzianka, which he had defended, as the rear-guard of the retreating army, during the whole day of November 28th, 1812, left a thousand men behind him, with orders to protect to the last possible moment whichever of the two bridges across the Beresina might still exist.
Now, all our lines are EQUALLY and INFINITESIMALLY thick (or high, whichever you like); consequently, there is nothing in them to lead our minds to the conception of that Dimension.
But, dinner or breakfast, the steward will be welcome, whichever he brings.
Then the dear old nurse Euryclea said, "You may kill me, Madam, or let me live on in your house, whichever you please, but I will tell you the real truth.
Whichever way his thoughts turned they were followed by the somber phantom of the desertion in the fields.