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Now all people have shut their eyes to all [these] matters, and are bent on the persecution of this sect; so that should it be demanded of certain persons, who (after God’s grace) rest in the shadow of the King’s clemency and enjoy unbounded blessings, ‘In return for the King’s favor what service have ye wrought?
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Dr. Oliver remarks, “It may be worth while to observe, that when St. Michael ‘in procella,’ or ‘in periculo maris,’ is named in the old records, the foreign house is meant.
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But St. Michael ‘in Tumbâ,’ or ‘Monte Tumbâ,’ is a name occasionally applied to both houses.
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Your blood beat when mine was near, as mine always does at the coming of a brother; and we became brothers in that lane.’ ‘And where are you staying?’ said I; ‘in this town?’ ‘Not in the town; the like of us don’t find it exactly wholesome to stay in towns, we keep abroad.
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As for the tea, it ought to be good, seeing that it cost me ten shillings a pound.’ ‘That’s a great deal for a person in your station to pay.’ ‘In my station!
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Of this, he asserts, “the see of Carlisle is seized and the earl is not in legal possession by his lease now ‘in esse.’” {21c} He wages his suit “the more boldly, because of the extraordinary charges he has been at, from the lamentable scarcity in the country, the great multitude of poor people, and other charges before he came had made him a poor man, and yet he must go on with it . . .
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The _Proconsulare Imperium_ is the power held by a man who acts _pro consule_, ‘in the place of a consul.’ As the number of Roman provinces increased, it became the custom under the Republic for men, who had held the office of consul, to accept the government of provinces for a year, and rule these with the “_Imperium Proconsulare_,” which was conferred by a special decree of the Senate and of the people.
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Whatever the eldest did, the others did, and whatever anybody else did, they all disapproved of; and thus they vegetated—living in Polar harmony among themselves, and, as they sometimes went out, or saw company ‘in a quiet-way’ at home, occasionally icing the neighbours.
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I have been,’ added Ikey, ‘in the purfession these fifteen year, and I never met vith such windictiveness afore!’ ‘Poor creeturs!’ exclaimed the coal-dealer’s wife once more: again resorting to the same excellent prescription for nipping a sigh in the bud.
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Nothing short of omniscience can divine what visions of the baker, or the green-grocer, or the smart and most insinuating butterman, are flitting across her mind—what thoughts of how she would dress on such an occasion, if she were a lady—of how she would dress, if she were only a bride—of how cook would dress, being bridesmaid, conjointly with her sister ‘in place’ at Fulham, and how the clergyman, deeming them so many ladies, would be quite humbled and respectful.
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Examples of In

Example #1
Have ye by wise policy added any country to [his] countries?
Example #2
We ask God to help all [men] unto that which He loveth and approveth.
Example #3
But St. Michael ‘in Tumbâ,’ or ‘Monte Tumbâ,’ is a name occasionally applied to both houses.
Example #4
It would have been interesting to determine the exact date when this latter name is for the first time applied to the Cornish Mount. _ 95 Passion_, ed.
Example #5
Dr. Oliver remarks, “It may be worth while to observe, that when St. Michael ‘in procella,’ or ‘in periculo maris,’ is named in the old records, the foreign house is meant.