More-to in a sentence

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It was at Leicester, a place seething with social experiment in its small provincial way, with secularism, Owenism, anti-vaccination, and much else, that Lomax fell a victim to one 'ism the more-to vegetarianism.
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The way the Judge was traveling would carry him over 2,000 miles by rail, he said; southwest from Sydney down to Melbourne, then northward up to Adelaide, then a cant back northeastward and over the border into New South Wales once more-to Broken Hill.
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To have the past once more-to be sitting here as he had sat in '83 and '84, before he was certain that his marriage with Irene had gone all wrong, before her antagonism had become so glaring that with the best will in the world he could not overlook it.
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It is certainly inadequate,' said Mac-Morlan, mistaking his meaning, 'but the circumstances-' Mr. Sampson waved his hand impatiently.-'It is not the lucre, it is not the lucre; but that I, that have ate of her father's loaf, and drank of his cup, for twenty years and more-to think that I am going to leave her, and to leave her in distress and dolour!
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Nay more-to pray, to study, to improve, To grow in goodness, to advance in love?
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Does he matter more-to God?
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The law allowed no more-to the intense disgust of the Leesville Herald.
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You never asked us if we wanted this war, yet you ask us to gather in the crops, cut the wood, keep the world going, drudge and slave, and wait, and agonize, lose our all, and go on bearing more men-and more-to be shot down!
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Nay, more-to him who knows he does wrong there may come, perhaps, the desire to escape from his prison; but the other will die in his cell, without even his thoughts having travelled beyond the gloomy walls that conceal from him the true destiny of man.
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The result of this terrible struggle of his feelings was a determination to see her once more-to yield up his whole soul to the intoxication of her presence, and then, provided she should still refuse to unite her fate to his, unhampered by the terrible condition of past days, to tear himself from her for ever. Strong in this resolution, Gerald, to whom the hours bad appeared as days since his rising, and who quitted Frankfort about his usual time, and, in order to avoid observation, took the same retired and circuitous route by which he had reached the valley the preceding evening.
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This was all I asked: to see you once more-to embrace you-and to die.
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In respect of employment, the division of intellectual labour is so complete, that most persons in such a situation are tempted to do their own piece of work, and no more;-to rest satisfied with manufacturing the pin's head which happens to have fallen to their share.
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It had cost him much, a while ago-an hour or two ago, no more-to resign his pretensions to Mrs Bosenna's hand.
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When that exists no more-to one without hope, for instance-what is music or beauty?
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Examples of More-to

Example #1
It was there that, during an editorial absence, and in the first fervour of conversion, Daddy so belaboured a carnivorous world in the columns of the 'Penny Banner' for which he worked, and so grotesquely and persistently reduced all the problems of the time to terms of nitrogen and albumen, that curt dismissal came upon him, and for a time Dora saw nothing but her precarious earnings between them and starvation.
Example #2
Dora set herself to learn dressmaking, and did her best to like the new place and the new people.
Example #3
It was like going from Boston southwest to Richmond, Virginia, then northwest up to Erie, Pennsylvania, then a cant back northeast and over the border-to Buffalo, New York.
Example #4
A fairly straight line, 700 miles long, drawn westward from Sydney, would strike Broken Hill, just as a somewhat shorter one drawn west from Boston would strike Buffalo.
Example #5
So Winifred would go back, would she, and put up with Dartie all over again?
Example #6
We must get restitution first.