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“Tolerably," replied I, rejoicing that the conversation had turned at last upon a subject that was familiar to me.”
“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.”
“Tolerably, for I had gone up the staircase in the dark, many a time.”
““Tolerably; my wife is a comrade, an associate, nothing more; as for my heart —””
“Tolerably well, when we had to,' said the American.”
“Tolerably well, I thank you," said Count Victor, amused at this grotesque combination of military form and familiarity.”
“Tolerably cool, on my honour, -- a man who brings news big with the fate of Rome does not expect to receive such treatment.”
““Tolerably good level ground,” “good pastures,” “mountainous brushy land,” and so forth, are remarks scored across his track line.”
“Tolerably well," answered Jimmy in his most pleasant but slightly nervous manner.”
“Tolerably, replied I, rejoicing that the conversation had turned at last upon a subject that was familiar to me.”
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