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And David his ten thousands"- You perceive that they understood music in those days; every word in the great swell of song so distinct, that Saul heard every word-and "was very wroth.
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Hoover had a cable signed by the three Premiers, George, Clemenceau, and Orlando, crying for wheat and charging us with not keeping our word-and starvation threatening all three countries-in fact, almost sure, because we have not been able to get the wheat to the ships; and with starvation will come revolution, if it gets bad enough. ...
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You perceive that they understood music in those days; every word in the great swell of song so distinct, that Saul heard every word-and "was very wroth.
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Miss Emily was so consistent, so consistently frail and dainty and so-well, unspotted seems to be the word-and so gentle, yet as time went on I began to feel that she hated Maggie with a real hatred.
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Jesting apart, I feel that she and I will suit-_on ne peut mieux_. Hortense, you know, is exquisitely susceptible-in our French sense of the word-and not, perhaps, always reasonable in her requirements; yet, dear, honest girl, I never painfully wounded her feelings or had a serious quarrel with her in my life.
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As she heard this horrible verdict, uttered in a word-and such a word! and spoken in such a tone!-Esther's spirit rose up in fairly legitimate distrust.
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And she has always known me as I am-a frivolous and-say, corpulent, for it is a more dignified word-and generally unattractive chaperon; and she can't think of me as ever having been anything else.
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You may win him back to you by a word-and do you hesitate to say the word?
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The little dealer soon learned to anticipate his approach; and as he drew up would have the requisite number ready and slide them into his pockets without a word-and without the chance of inspection.
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Every new social relation begets a new type of wrongdoing-of sin, to use an old-fashioned word-and many years always elapse before society is able to turn this sin into crime which can be effectively punished at law.
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And is it not possible to regard nature as governed by laws-remorseless, if you like the word-and yet believe, with Kant and Goethe, that there is an inner realm?
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Be off-no begging-not a word;'-and he dragged her from the house, and followed her 20 or 30 rods, threatening.
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The charge against it is that it is stiff, dry-"wooden" in a word,-and no one can deny that there is a foundation for it.
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It's waiting-waiting for a word-and so am I.
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It was Julian, "the Dragon, the Apostate, the Great Mind"; I thank thee, Gregory of Nazianzus, for teaching me that word!-and the one that came to him there in Cappadocia was Maximus of Smyrna, Iamblichus' disciple.
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Each word,-and each word was a wound!
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One hears nowadays a vast amount of chatter about efficiency-that magic word-and social organisation, and there is no doubt a huge expenditure of energy upon these things and a widespread desire to rush about and make showy and startling changes.
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Examples of Word-and

Example #1
You perceive that they understood music in those days; every word in the great swell of song so distinct, that Saul heard every word-and "was very wroth.
Example #2
So "at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem" (think of _dedicating_ a city wall!
Example #3
I asked Hoover about this on Sunday night, ... and he said that a list of eight hundred cars had been on McAdoo's desk FOR A WEEK.
Example #4
Hoover and McAdoo are at swords drawn.
Example #5
And David his ten thousands"- You perceive that they understood music in those days; every word in the great swell of song so distinct, that Saul heard every word-and "was very wroth.