Means-the in a sentence

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And if I can be the means-the humble means-to bring men of genius together-mind to associate with mind-men of all nations to mingle in friendly unison-I shall not have lived altogether in vain.
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On their first coming into the country, they had lived in proportion to their income, quietly, keeping little company, and that little unexpensively; but the last year or two had brought them a considerable increase of means-the house in town had yielded greater profits, and fortune in general had smiled on them.
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She tried her ground by a dangerous means-the means of an indirect reply.
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Her father had a will of iron, Labiskwee told Smoke. "Four Eyes used to call him the Frozen Pirate-whatever that means-the Tyrant of the Frost, the Cave Bear, the Beast Primitive, the King of the Caribou, the Bearded Pard, and lots of such things.
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When the lion had exhausted his atomic armor and proud science against the invincible and immortal invaders of Earth-for they could not be killed by any means-the mouse attacked and vanquished them.
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Examples of Means-the

Example #1
They call us women of the world frivolous, Colonel Newcome.
Example #2
You may meet that amongst other branches of our family; but genius and talent I do reverence.
Example #3
With their wealth, their views increased; their want of a larger house, their inclination for more company.
Example #4
The Coles had been settled some years in Highbury, and were very good sort of people-friendly, liberal, and unpretending; but, on the other hand, they were of low origin, in trade, and only moderately genteel.
Example #5
Feeling the truest pity for him, she was still resolute to assert herself against the coming interference of Penrose.
Example #6
The old gnawing remorse of the fatal day of the duel had betrayed itself in the wild words that had escaped him, when he sank into a broken slumber as the morning dawned.