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The people have easy and cordial manners from the beginning -from the moment that the introduction is completed.
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He was busy in calling in-"lassooing "-from the land-service the various naval officers who under Stockton had been doing all sorts of military and civil service on shore.
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It was therefore-although not of great political importance-significant of the incipient disorganization of the republican arrangements, that at this time (before 542), while election into the colleges themselves was left on its former footing, the designation of the presidents-the -curiones- and -pontifices- -from the ranks of those corporations was transferred from the colleges to the community.
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The empty shells are then thrown in a heap on one side, and afterwards carefully stowed away in the hold, as they constitute a valuable cargo in themselves, being worth-at that time, at any rate (1864)-from 200 to 250 pounds, and even 350 pounds a ton.
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V. 5.-From a quite unexpected quarter comes a hint!
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And so it has -from every point of view except thirteen.
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And now, alas! 'twas time: -from man to man Doubt and alarm and shrewd suspicions ran.
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The house has been described in print -from imagination, it would seem-as "a castle luxuriously furnished," and the count has been reproached with it.
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Blackmore's _King Arthur_ was published in 1695; Wilkie's _Epigoniad_-the subject of a patriotic puff from Hume-in 1757.]-from reverting to the metre that Milton had scorned to touch.
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Annie, my dear, I am sure you must perfectly recollect that your cousin never was strong-not what can be called ROBUST, you know,' said Mrs. Markleham, with emphasis, and looking round upon us generally, '-from the time when my daughter and himself were children together, and walking about, arm-in-arm, the livelong day.
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March 9.-From Feb. 11 to this date we had toiled through every species of difficulty.
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Most of the children of the age when clubs begin to appeal to them strongly -from 12 years on-have reached a stage of mental development at which they should be reading, under direction, books from the adult as well as the juvenile collection.
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Thus, to state the matter in an approximate inverse arithmetical progression, and dating the birth of "young America" about the year 1825,-previously to which reigned the dark ages of oldfogydom, so called,-we find as follows: -From 1825 to 1835, young gentlemen learned to smoke when from 25 to 20 years of age; from 1835 to 1845, young _gents_, ditto, ditto, from 20 to 15 years; 1845 to 1855, from 15 to 10; 1855 to 1865, 10 to 5; 1865 to 1875, 5 to 0; and, if we continue, 1875 to 1885, zero to minus: but really the question is becoming too nebulous.
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Nothing was ever more mysteriously melancholy than Camille's improvisation; it seemed like the cry of a soul /de profundis/ to God -from the depths of a grave!
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We may go forth conquering and to conquer; we may launch our triremes on immaterial seas, and subdue unknown empires of the spirit!-And here is Athens the quick-witted, hegemon of Greece; her ships everywhere on the wine-dark seas; her citizens everywhere; her natural genius swelled by an enormous sense of achievement; her soul, grown great under a great stress, now freed from the stress and at leisure to explore:-in contact with opposite-minded Sparta; in contact with conservative and somewhat luxuriously-living slow Thebes;-with a hundred other cities;-in contact with proud Persia; with Egypt, fallen, but retaining a measure of her old profound sense of the Mysteries and the reality of the Unseen; -from all these contacts and sources a spirit is born in Athens that is to astonish and illumine the world.
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The Thames washes the sides of a large though not a magnificent palace of the kings of Great Britain:-[This was Whitehall, which was burnt down, except the banqueting-house, 4th January, 1698.]-from the stairs of this palace the court used to take water, in the summer evenings, when the heat and dust prevented their walking in the park: an infinite number of open boats, filled with the court and city beauties, attended the barges, in which were the Royal Family: collations, music, and fireworks, completed the scene.
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For they're a wreath of pearls, and I The silken cord on which they lie. -_From the Arabic_.
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Examples of From

Example #1
There were fleeting and subtle suggestions of their English origin, but these were not pronounced enough, as a rule, to catch one's attention.
Example #2
The Australians did not seem to me to differ noticeably from Americans, either in dress, carriage, ways, pronunciation, inflections, or general appearance.
Example #3
Knowing that I was to go down the coast with General Kearney, he sent for me and handed me two unsealed parcels addressed to Lieutenant Wilson, United States Navy, and Major Gillespie, United States Marines, at Los Angeles.
Example #4
Before embarking, the United States line-of-battle-ship Columbus had reached the coast from China with Commodore Biddle, whose rank gave him the supreme command of the navy on the coast.
Example #5
In this case, however, with a pious regard for forms that is genuinely Roman, in order to avoid any error, only a minority of the tribes, and therefore not the "people," completed the act of election.
Example #6
The priesthoods-particularly those politically most important, the colleges of men of lore-according to ancient custom filled up the vacancies in their own ranks, and nominated also their own presidents, where these corporations had presidents at all; and in fact, for such institutions destined to transmit the knowledge of divine things from generation to generation, the only form of election in keeping with their spirit was cooptation.