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He had noted, with some secret alarm, a grave-faced, sturdy Frenchman, still in the forties, who was cast in the role of either courier or butler for the beautiful Mem-Sahib, whose loveliness in extenso he so far only divined by guess-work.
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This view pleased me so much that I wrote it out in extenso, and I believe that it was read by Hooker some years before E. Forbes published his celebrated memoir ('Geolog.
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Each one of these headings is again enlarged and often transferred before I begin to write in extenso.
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I shall be sorry (and I am certain it is a mistake on the part of the Society) if your orchid paper is not printed in extenso.
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The story of this tragedy is told by the boy's mother, under oath, before the Belgian Commission, and is so simple, so touching, so convincing in its verisimilitude, that I attach a copy of it in extenso to this report.
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Lady Nugent was as great an adept as Mrs. Fairchild, of revered memory, at composing long prayers, every one of which she enters _in extenso_ in her diary, but not only was there a delightful note of feminine coquetry about her, but she also possessed a keen sense of humour, two engaging attributes in which, I fear, that poor Mrs. Fairchild was lamentably lacking.
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The jury was very much affected: the evening papers gave Rowland's address in extenso, with some pretty sharp raps at the aristocracy in general.
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Les descriptions du chapitre suivant sont empruntées principalement à ce curieux document qu'on devrait bien faire connaître _in extenso_.] XXVI.
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This Pamphlet will be republished on Saturday, March 24th, _in extenso_, with some additional Medical Notes by a London Doctor of Medicine.
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He did not consider the hitherto unpublished parts of the work sufficiently important, either in a literary or historical point of view, to merit publication _in extenso_; but contented himself with stating the results of his study of it in a small work, _H. S. Reimarus und seine Schutz-Schrift, &c._ 1861.
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They related, _in extenso_, the result of their visit to Havana, at which no one was surprised, since everything had happened precisely as had been expected; but all were agreed that, after the very strong representations made by the English Consul, Jack need have very little apprehension of further annoyance from Alvaros.
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Dick told him, pretty well _in extenso_, how he had passed the day, even going so far as to describe his hypnotic experiments-of which he had said nothing to Grosvenor thus far-with the result that the Mighty Hunter was rendered almost speechless with astonishment.
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I wish that my health had allowed me to publish in extenso; if ever I get strong enough I will do so, as the greater part is written out, and of which MS.
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I suppose that you have not written out your lecture, so I fear there is no chance of its being printed in extenso.
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Examples of Extenso

Example #1
In the stranger lady's special car there was also, at her side, a truculent Parisienne-looking woman of thirty, whose bustling air, hawk-like visage, and perfect aplomb bespoke the confidential French maid.
Example #2
Ram Lal Singh was growing dubious as to the perfect sweep of his hungry talons over Madame Louison's future expenditures.
Example #3
I was forestalled in only one important point, which my vanity has always made me regret, namely, the explanation by means of the Glacial period of the presence of the same species of plants and of some few animals on distant mountain summits and in the arctic regions.
Example #4
I gained much by my delay in publishing from about 1839, when the theory was clearly conceived, to 1859; and I lost nothing by it, for I cared very little whether men attributed most originality to me or Wallace; and his essay no doubt aided in the reception of the theory.
Example #5
As in several of my books facts observed by others have been very extensively used, and as I have always had several quite distinct subjects in hand at the same time, I may mention that I keep from thirty to forty large portfolios, in cabinets with labelled shelves, into which I can at once put a detached reference or memorandum.
Example #6
I first make the rudest outline in two or three pages, and then a larger one in several pages, a few words or one word standing for a whole discussion or series of facts.