`it in a sentence

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I've no doubt, however, Tom, that he is after us, for I heard, as well as I could make out, from what I know of the language, two phrases, `In a couple of nights' time,' and `Look out for the signal,' while the Greek sailors here said, `It's all right on board,' as if they had arranged everything.
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However, `it is an ill wind that blows nobody good,' for the good baroness being here has been seized with a freak for looking after the wounded, because the Princess of Alten-Schlossen goes in for that sort of thing; and thus it is, doggie, that I'm now attending to this poor fellow here.
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I happened to catch a glimpse of you heading off in the wrong direction, so turned into `It' myself, and rooted them all out of their lairs.
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He replied that it was customary when they were indelible, but not otherwise: that he had no indelible mark, although a large wart had been on the back of his neck as long as he could remember; `but,' added he, `it is of no use,-all hopes of finding my parents have long since been abandoned, and I must submit to my unfortunate destiny.
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Earnestly he strove for the Divine assistance and encouragement; and as his qualifications increased, his estimate of the worthiness necessary for the object he had in view, became more and more exalted. "`At last,' he continued, `it became known to him that a Missionary was required to explain to the savage people to whom I have already alluded, the principles of Christianity.
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He tried to appear unconcerned, and said, `It is getting late; I must go for alms,' and left me.
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He told John about the country folk, and about the various farms which they passed; and at last they came round by Grassie. "`It is a good farm, but it has fallen back of late, and will likely soon be in the market.
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And `it's weel over,' as he would also say, if he kenned all.
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And then he opened his letter and read a line or two. "`It is a remarkable case altogether.
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Examples of `it

Example #1
I don't like it at all, Tom.
Example #2
From the distance the ship has run, we can't be very far off Cyprus, and the pirate, if pirate he be, knows well enough that an English frigate has been stationed there ever since we occupied the island.
Example #3
I fancy he got no little chaff from his brother officers in consequence.
Example #4
Nothing else would suit her, if you please, on his birthday, although the young baron, I think, was not over-delighted at his mother coming to hunt for him in war time, as if he were a little boy-he on the staff of the general!
Example #5
Then we played some sensible, middle-aged, sitting-down games, and strolled home in time for a siesta before dinner.
Example #6
Very good picnic, I call it.