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We also perceived how they revived ancient sports, diverting themselves together at- 1.
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Look at-" I was edging away when Mrs. Hawkins entered.
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LORD VARGRAVE, who had no desire to remain alone with the widow when the guests were gone, arranged his departure for the same day as that fixed for Mrs. Merton's; and as their road lay together for several miles, it was settled that they should all dine at-, whence Lord Vargrave would proceed to London.
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If I had thrown myself at a man's head the way Adella Gilbert did at- but there, there, I must refrain from such thoughts.
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But for her-the one you 're looking at-" He broke off.
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I think they must be firing at-" His voice was drowned in the thunder of another gun; Celia made her way to him, hid her face on his breast as the room shook again and the plaster fell from the ceiling, filling the room with blinding dust.
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You mean at-" She was checked by the quick contraction of pain in his face.
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We removed to Windsor; and two days afterwards I received a parcel from her, my own letters all returned!-and a few lines at the same time by the post, stating her extreme surprize at not having had the smallest reply to her last; and adding, that as silence on such a point could not be misconstrued, and as it must be equally desirable to both to have every subordinate arrangement concluded as soon as possible, she now sent me, by a safe conveyance, all my letters, and requested, that if I could not directly command hers, so as to send them to Highbury within a week, I would forward them after that period to her at-: in short, the full direction to Mr. Smallridge's, near Bristol, stared me in the face.
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But CNN and other financial observers at- tributed the anomaly to random factors unconnected to the secret panic that was spreading through Corporate America.
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In exchange for fair portrayals in the press, privacy and no government intervention, Kirk promised Scott that the resources of Nemo would be focussed on finding defenses to the virus at- tacks in dGraph and Freedom software.
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VOLLEY, "at-," "o' the volee," at random (from a term of tennis). VORLOFFE, furlough.
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A worthy woman, with a military profile and that sharp, positive manner which the goodwives who show you through the chateaux of Touraine are rather apt to have, and in whose high respectability, to say nothing of the frill of her cap and the cut of her thick brown dress, my companions and I thought we discovered the particular note, or _nuance_, of Orleanism, - a com- petent, appreciative, peremptory person, I say, - at- tended us through the particularly delightful hour we spent upon the ramparts of Amboise.
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I remember saying to myself at this mo- ment, that it would be a beautiful evening to walk round the walls of Avignon, - the remarkable walls, which challenge comparison with those of Carcassonne and Aigues-Mortes, and which it was my duty, as an observer of the picturesque, to examine with some at- tention.
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What do you think of a side-box at Lincoln's Inn playhouse, or of standing up to a minuet with my Lord Marquis at-?
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Don't you remember that day at-?
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Examples of At

Example #1
When we had dined, a chachanin led us into the queen's hall, and there we saw how, after dinner, with the ladies and the princes of her court, she used to sift, searce, bolt, range, and pass away time with a fine large white and blue silk sieve.
Example #2
I should not, to my thinking, go thither willingly, for that it seems to me a thing unwarrantable, and altogether forbidden in the law of Moses.
Example #3
I was edging away when Mrs. Hawkins entered.
Example #4
She was clad in somber black now, and her cheeks flamed scarlet with mortification.
Example #5
Failing to procure a second chance-interview with Evelyn, and afraid to demand a formal one-for he felt the insecurity of the ground he stood on-Lord Vargrave, irritated and somewhat mortified, sought, as was his habit, whatever amusement was in his reach.
Example #6
In the conversation of Caroline Merton-shrewd, worldly, and ambitious-he found the sort of plaything that he desired.