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He was authorized to administer the oath of office, he said, and he proceeded to do it, and made them a speech besides; also he sent out notice to some of the neighbors-to Col. Bill Splawn, Farmer Nuck Matson, and others-that the community had an army on its hands and perhaps ought to do something for it.
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One has often extracted humour from the contemplation of the dissolution of others-that of the giant in "Jack the Giant-killer" for instance, and the demise of the little boy with the pair of skates in the poem.
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But the man of breeding who exacted nothing; of culture, who pretended not to have acquired it; of the real power and dignity of life, yet was simplicity itself in his manner to others-that kind of man was new to Peg.
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He swung round and saw men's faces glowing in the light of the fire, and then another face shot in before the others-that of Vanne Castine.
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To make a man free is to balance him with others,-that is, to put him or their level.
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There was something so unusual in the attitude of the blooming young girl toward the weather-beaten, forbidding-looking man, something so authoritative and at the same time so protecting, at once the air of a superior who commands and who shelters from the tyranny of others-that Wilfred was both amused and touched.
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Two of the houses in Mexico were more particularly noted by the soldiers of Cortes than others-that in which they were quartered, and that in which Montezuma lived.
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He has been with me a good many years, and will not let the others-that is to say, the cook and the syce, the washerman, and so on, cheat me beyond a reasonable amount.
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He would have denied-we have a habit of lying to ourselves quite as much as to others-that he ever dreamed of possessing her, but nevertheless she entered into his thoughts and his future in a very curious way.
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I stumbled among the others-that crowd you used to capture the patroller-and got a line on where you were.
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Courtin, who was a very intimate friend of M. de Chaulnes, complied with his request; but the next year, in going over his accounts, he found that to do a good turn to M. de Chaulnes he had done an ill turn to many others-that is to say, he had relieved M. de Chaulnes at the expense of other parishes, which he had overcharged.
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But to conclude from this that Dark Valley was gaining at the expense of the others-that was the road no reasonable man could allow himself to take.
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Hence, in the curious experiments of Dr. Priestley and Mr. Ingenhouz, some plants purified less air than others-that is, they perspired less in the sunshine; and Mr. Scheele found that by putting peas into water which about half covered them they converted the vital air into fixed air, or carbonic-acid gas, in the same manner as in animal respiration. "7.
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Examples of Others-that

Example #1
This brought in a number of contributions, provisions, paraphernalia, and certain superfluous horses and mules, which converted the battalion into a cavalry, and made it possible for it to move on to the front without further delay.
Example #2
Colonel Ralls, of Ralls County, however, received them cordially and made life happier for them with a good breakfast and some encouraging words.
Example #3
Why not extract it from the contemplation of one's own?
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I had spoken the exact truth, and found amusement in doing so.
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She burned with shame as she thought of her leave-taking.
Example #6
And they carried their blatant insistence even across the channel.