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And that many a criminal undiscovered by the police is haunted by a seeming Person,-a man or a woman,-who is on terms of intimacy with him,-who eats at his table, drinks his wine, clasps his hand, smiles in his face, and yet is truly nothing but the ghost of his victim in human disguise, sent to drag him gradually to his well-deserved, miserable end; what would you say to such a thing?
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If the Free Library had not formed part of the Famous Wedgwood Institution, which had been opened with immense eclat by the semi-divine Gladstone; if the first book had not been ceremoniously 'taken out' of the Free Library by the Chief Bailiff in person-a grandfather of stainless renown-Mrs.
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But at least a person-a living, loving person-all lovely itself, and giving loveliness to all things!
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Oh, what a beastly thing is a common person!-a shape of the trodden clay without any alloy; a compound of dirty clothes, bacon breaths, villanous smells, beggarly cowardice, and cattish ferocity.
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When Abernethy was canvassing for the office of surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, he called upon such a person-a rich grocer, one of the governors.
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The person who stood there was not the same one she had seen hitherto, but was a very different person-a person who knew her secret.
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It is hard to run swiftly as the arrow from the bow when you happen to be wearing pyjamas belonging to a grown-up person-as I was-but even so I beat Dicky.
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That other Maternus, who is rumored to live in the Aventine Hills, is an imaginary person-a mere name used by runaways who take to robbery.
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A young physician was made deputy in charge of his person-a man chosen, apparently, with much care.
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It belonged to a red-haired person-a youth of fifteen, as I take it now, but looking much older-whose hair was cropped as close as the closest stubble; who had hardly any eyebrows, and no eyelashes, and eyes of a red-brown, so unsheltered and unshaded, that I remember wondering how he went to sleep.
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Blessed is the person-as well as the country-who has no history.
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At Esbly I found a different sort of person-a gentleman-he told me he was not a gendarme by metier, but a volunteer-and, although he put me through practically the same paces, it was different.
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Phillips admits it; the blood-hounds, marshals and attorneys that hunt him, say he is a person-a person held to service.
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I am her husband, as I may say; though far unworthy of that honour, yet I am her husband; but alas-a-day, I have no more familiarity with her person-as to that matter-than with my own mother-no indeed.
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Examples of Person-a

Example #1
What would you say," and Dr. Dean laid his thin fingers on Courtney's coat-sleeve with a light pressure,-"if I told you that the soul of a murdered creature is often sent back to earth in human shape to dog its murderer down?
Example #2
I mean that the murderer who has secretly torn the life out of his shrieking victim in some unfrequented spot, and has succeeded in hiding his crime from what we call 'justice,' cannot escape the Spiritual law of vengeance.
Example #3
Baines would probably have risked her authority in forbidding the Free Library.
Example #4
And Mrs. Baines, in considering the welfare of her daughters, looked askance at the whole remainder of printed literature.
Example #5
Each trial only increased its tenacity, and brought him greater humility, for it opened his own heart to a sense of his own powerlessness, and this faith has grown with work and trial, till its strength is beyond all precedent.
Example #6
But thou-beast of the slime-hear thy sentence.