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He is an intimate friend, I believe, of your father's, as well as Mr. Flint's right-hand man in-in a business way in this State.
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While your elders passed over some particularly tedious piece of road-and a very tedious piece of road existed within short distance of every house you lived in or stayed in-in their usual state of partial absence of mind, you, on the contrary, perceived every inch of it.
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We were out of the line of navigation between any two great commercial countries; and although formerly Spanish vessels had travelled a good deal near the track we were in-in their intercourse with their South American colonies-this intercourse had been greatly diminished by revolution, and most of the traffic with these countries was now carried on in vessels belonging to the United States, and these were not likely to sail so far to the eastward as we were.
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I've been to see my sister in-in a house, in Boston.
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Tom Beldin', he's a gentleman, an' he could lick you in-in half a second.
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The following morning Louis and Philippe came in-in a high state of delight-to say that their father had, that morning, given his consent to their going.
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These stood up and stripped away some of their rags, exposing their backs, criss-crossed with ropy old welts left by the lash; one turned up his hair and showed the place where a left ear had once been; another showed a brand upon his shoulder-the letter V-and a mutilated ear; the third said- "I am Yokel, once a farmer and prosperous, with loving wife and kids-now am I somewhat different in estate and calling; and the wife and kids are gone; mayhap they are in heaven, mayhap in-in the other place-but the kindly God be thanked, they bide no more in ENGLAND!
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I have read (besides that poem of Goethe of which you are so fond) in books of Indian travels of Bayaderes, dancing-girls brought up by troops round about the temples, whose calling is to dance, and wear jewels, and look beautiful; I believe they are quite respected in-in Pagoda-land.
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Cornelia imagines that-that we-he is perhaps in-in want of it.
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One is a prisoner in Austria, the other is at liberty somewhere in-in the world.
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I had no scruple in-in diverting his thoughts.
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I will drop in-in a day or two.
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Are there other villages in-in that part of the country?
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I thought perhaps she had told you, perhaps-I should like to know if it is anything about difference in-in nationality, about family, or-" "No, no," said Margaret; "this could never be anything but a personal question with me.
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The tones of the organ rose fuller and fuller, and now at the side entrances came pouring in children, the boys on one side, the girls on another-school children with their books and satchels, the poor children of the parish, long lines of girls and of boys, marshaled by priests and nuns, streaming in-in frolicsome mood, and filling all the pews of the nave at the front.
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Examples of In-in

Example #1
Mr. Vane himself will not listen to reason.
Example #2
I wanted to speak to you about.
Example #3
As to the length of a bad night, or of a mere time of wakefulness at night, adult words do not measure it; they hardly measure the time of merely waiting for sleep in childhood.
Example #4
You could not do the same with sermons, because, though even more fatiguing, they were more or less different each time.
Example #5
Portuguese ships still traded to the Brazils in considerable numbers, and upon these we built most of our hopes-these and the chances that some ship engaged in the same traffic as the _Pandora_ might be crossing westward with slaves, or returning for a fresh cargo.
Example #6
We were in that very part of the Atlantic where the chances of such an encounter were few and far between.