Both-a in a sentence

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Still, she was constantly fearing lest circumstances should thrust them both-as much against his will as hers-into a position in which she would have to choose between seeming, not to say being, ungrateful, and playing the hypocrite, perhaps basely, with him.
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He planted in Terence Reardon's face as pretty a left and right-hay-makers both-as one could hope to see anywhere outside a prize-ring; whereupon the chief took the count with great abruptness.
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They took up their life simply and quite as if it were no new thing to them both-as if they had come together again after a long separation.
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A fatal woman, I tell you both-a fatal woman.
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You know that you have only made a new relation who will be as fond of you and as thankful to you-for my sake and your own sake both-as I am; don't you, dear little Pa?
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There was no want of likeness, she had been fortunate in the attitude, and as she meant to throw in a little improvement to the figure, to give a little more height, and considerably more elegance, she had great confidence of its being in every way a pretty drawing at last, and of its filling its destined place with credit to them both-a standing memorial of the beauty of one, the skill of the other, and the friendship of both; with as many other agreeable associations as Mr. Elton's very promising attachment was likely to add.
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But how are these two statements, both scriptural; both-as I hold from practical experience, true to the uttermost, and not to be compromised or explained away-how are they to be reconciled, I say?
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Examples of Both-a

Example #1
The little general eluded, Stanley voluntarily removed; she was indeed free.
Example #2
She did not doubt his generosity, did not doubt that he genuinely intended to leave her free, and she believed that his delicacy was worthy of his generosity.
Example #3
The fireman reached for the monkey wrench-and at that instant the weak, pale-faced skipper lurched around the corner of the house and his automatic commenced to bark.
Example #4
Not so the big coal passer, however.
Example #5
So, after all, there was no awkward, conscious period of adjustment for the two.
Example #6
And when Haldane saw her he suddenly smiled boyishly-as if there could be such a thing as a problem over this scared, half-tearful, ridiculously pathetic, white-haired old woman with a black-bordered handkerchief in her shaking left hand.