To-there in a sentence

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Of course one wants to-There was St Francis d'Assisi and St Julien L'Hospitalier, and- AMERICAN.
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Mrs. Field turned suddenly, her voice sharpened, "I've asked him all I'm ever goin' to-there!
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I can remember that they were evidently fond of his society; and with such encouragement, a man like Crawford, lively, and it may be, a little unthinking, might be led on to-there could be nothing very striking, because it is clear that he had no pretensions: his heart was reserved for you.
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She did not need to-there was a way of finding out!
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And, please, backwards: playing as it were the crab in time; and not content till the whole pralaya is skipped, and you stand on the far shore, in the sunset of an elder day: looking now forward, into futurity, from 390, perhaps 394 B.C.; over first a half-cycle of Persian decline,-long melancholy sands and shingle, to-there on the edge of the great wan water,-that July in 330 when mean Satrap Bessus killed his king, Codomannus, last of the Achaemenidae, then in flight from Alexander;-and the House of Cyrus and Darius came to an end.
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Examples of To-there

Example #1
That is stupid. LITTLE MAN.
Example #2
I am an ice-machine maker.
Example #3
I let Esther's husband have fifteen hundred dollars that my poor husband saved out of his hard earnin's, an' he lost it in his business; an' after he died I wrote to his father, an' I told him about it.
Example #4
Ain't he got considerable property?
Example #5
And I must say, that its being for you has raised him inconceivably in my opinion.
Example #6
And, Fanny, though I hope I do justice to my sisters' good qualities, I think it very possible that they might, one or both, be more desirous of being admired by Crawford, and might shew that desire rather more unguardedly than was perfectly prudent.