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He was the price of her misfortune -of her pain.
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In 1847, for example, he suspected his friend Dr. Bowring-his "only friend" in 1842-of using his work to get for himself the consulship at Canton, which he was professing to obtain for Borrow.
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Russia is now the avowed and acknowledged champion of Monarchy against Democracy; -of constituted authority, however acquired, against revolution and change for whatever purpose desired;-of the imperial supremacy of strong states over their weaker neighbours against all claims for political independence, and all striving for separate nationality.
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For him, dialectic, Platonic dialectic, is, at best, a part of "eristic" [192] -of the art, or trick, of merely popular and approximate debate, in matters where science is out of the question, and rhetoric has its office, not in providing for the intelligence, but in moulding the sentiments and the will.
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We passed some busy brickmakers, all plastered and splashed with wet clay -of the earth, earthy.
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No want of intrepidity and rugged soldier-virtue in the Prussian troops or their Crown-Prince; least of all on that terrible day, 11th September, 1709;-of which he keeps the anniversary ever since, and will do all his life, the doomsday of Malplaquet always a memorable day to him.
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In my slight verse such holy things are named -Of Mary's secret hours of hidden joy, Silent, but pondering on her wondrous boy!
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Encouraged by the kindly voice, and his own self-interest becoming prominent once more, old Dougal told his tale-not an uncommon one -of sheep lost on the hill-side, and one misfortune following another, until a large family, children and orphan grandchildren, were driven at last to want the "sup o' parritch" for daily food, sinking to such depths of poverty as the earl in secluded life had never even heard of.
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Perhaps a very little thought will now enable you to account for those repeated whaling disasters -some few of which are casually chronicled -of this man or that man being taken out of the boat by the line, and lost.
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The bishop liked a certain religiosity in the texture of Moussorgski's music, but failed to see the "significance "-of many of the costumes.
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J.] -of that of the town mouse and the country mouse.
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From the bequest made to West Cambridge by Dr. Ebenezer Learned, of money to purchase "such books as will best promote useful knowledge and the Christian virtues" to the present day of organized work with children -of the training of children's librarians, of cooperative evaluated lists of books, of methods of extension- the development has been gradual, yet with a constantly broadening point of view.
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But we may at least believe him to have spoken his own sentiments in the Doctor of Physic's manly declaration that -of all treason sovereign pestilence Is when a man betrayeth innocence.
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He must have a keen sense of humor -of the laughable.
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This paper would not be complete without some reference to the large number-now nearly 3,000-of women clerks employed by the General Post Office, all of whom enter the service by open competition, either as girl clerks between sixteen and eighteen years of age or as women clerks between eighteen and twenty.
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The Savings Bank has the largest group of women clerks-numbering 1,210-of any department, and of these 150 are in the first class.
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An old maid's soul is jealous and yet void; for she knows but one side-the miserable side -of the only passion men will allow (because it flatters them) to women.
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In the second order we find old men who have become indifferent to everything, and, in June, put the cross of the Legion of honor on alpaca overcoats; that is the poverty of small incomes, -of old clerks, who live at Sainte-Perine and care no longer about their outward man.
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Hence the fate that awaited him on his return; and hence because of Clytemnestra's useless crime-when she and Aegisthos come out from murdering him, and announce what they have done, the Chorus's dark foretellings-to come true presently -of the Karma that is to follow upon it.
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We talked late that night-none of your silent idiot "communings" for us -of the olden time.
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Examples of Of

Example #1
She loved him because he was her only hope of human happiness hereafter.
Example #2
She loved him because he was her own son and of her blood.
Example #3
The result was the foaming abuse of "The Romany Rye," where Bowring is the old Radical.
Example #4
He probably spent much of his time in being either suspicious, or ambitious, or indignant.
Example #5
She has crushed the heroic Hungarians; and Austria, for whom nominally she crushed them, is now one of her dependents.
Example #6
Many causes have contributed to bring about this reaction, but the most effective and the most permanent have been Russian influence and Russian arms.