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But here is that terrible fact to begin with,-a beautiful young girl, with the blood and the nerve-fibre that belong to Nature's women, turned loose among live men.
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Epic Poem,' no less; LA LIGUE, as he then called it; which it was his hope the whole world would one day fall in love with;-as it did.
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And the Princess, who was alone, poured for him her priceless Russian tea into egg-shell China tea-cups and fed him on English crumpets, and, in her French and feminine way, gave him the outer fringe of her heart to play with-a very dangerous game.
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Therefore, gentlemen, allow me to present you each with one of these"-every hand retreated behind the back of its well-born owner, when, to the inexpressible relief of all, Dick concluded with,-"a little soiree dansante," and extended four cards of invitation.
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Under the circumstances, I fear you have no option as a-" Egerton paused a moment, and, with a sigh that seemed to settle the question, concluded with-"as a gentleman.
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You mustn't think me only a Philistine with-a moustache.
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Give him a crust, he said, and somebody to halve it with-a home-made crust baked by a wife.
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All the world-famous Borghese jewels were hers to deck her beauty with-a small Golconda of priceless gems; there was gold galore to satisfy her most extravagant whims; and she was still young-only twenty-five-and in the very zenith of her loveliness.
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For more than an hour I was pushing my way through this miniature wilderness of half a mile; and then I emerged suddenly, to find myself face to face with-a railroad embankment and the afternoon express, with its parlour-cars, thundering down to Southampton!
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The Americans, he knew, had more money than they knew what to do with-as Europeans universally think, only, personally, I find that I was overlooked in the distribution-and if they would lend the Allies some of their spare billions, Germany was surely beaten.
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One I suspect she was in love with-a fellow without a cent.
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He had scant, sandy-grey whiskers, a tightly closed and smooth-shaven upper lip, a nose with-a decided ridge, and rather small but penetrating eyes in which the blue pigment had been used sparingly.
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Examples of With-a

Example #1
You may laugh at me, and very likely think me foolishly fanciful to trouble myself about what is going on in a middling-class household like ours.
Example #2
I have been watchful, as I said I should be, but have little to tell as yet.
Example #3
Nay, in two years more, he had done a Play, OEDIPE the renowned name of it; which ran for forty-eight nights' (18th November, 1718, the first of them); and was enough to turn any head of such age.
Example #4
But neither did this answer.
Example #5
She had received him, not as once before in the state drawing room, but in the intimacy of her own boudoir, a place all soft lights and cushions and tapestries and gleaming bits of sculpture.
Example #6
So Paul, as soon as he found an opportunity, danced over to Chetwood Park and told his Princess all about it, and called her a tutelary goddess and an angel and all manner of pretty names.