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  • "Tolerably," replied I, rejoicing that the conversation had turned at last upon a subject that was familiar to me.

    Stories by Foreign Authors: Russian

  • For More Sportage, Wait 'Til Next Year Tolerably agile (with fully independent suspension and four-wheel discs), the Sportage will get significantly quicker next year with the available turbo-four engine.

    A Stylish SUV With a Hollow Core

  • Tolerably, for I had gone up the staircase in the dark, many a time.

    Great Expectations

  • “Tolerably; my wife is a comrade, an associate, nothing more; as for my heart —”

    Bel Ami

  • 'Tolerably well, when we had to,' said the American.

    The Long Way Home

  • "Tolerably well, I thank you," said Count Victor, amused at this grotesque combination of military form and familiarity.

    Doom Castle

  • Tolerably cool, on my honour, -- a man who brings news big with the fate of Rome does not expect to receive such treatment.

    The Beetle

  • “Tolerably good level ground,” “good pastures,” “mountainous brushy land,” and so forth, are remarks scored across his track line.

    The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders

  • "Tolerably well," answered Jimmy in his most pleasant but slightly nervous manner.

    Baby Mine

  • “Tolerably, ” replied I, rejoicing that the conversation had turned at last upon a subject that was familiar to me.

    The Shot

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