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“In the centre was a pile of crimson cushions, which almost concealed the figure of Her Radiancy — a plump little damsel, in a robe of green satin dotted with silver stars, whose pale round face lit up for a moment with a half-smile as the travelers bowed before her, and then relapsed into the exact expression of a wax doll, while she languidly murmured a word or two in the Kgovjnian dialect.”
“Sola stared into the brute's wicked-looking eyes, muttered a word or two of command, pointed to me, and left the chamber.”
“Thanks for dear Lady B. 's transcript from your friend's letter; it is written with candour, but I must say a word or two not in praise of it.”
“Of course it is possible he may say a word or two about the rest of us; I have spoken to Vigeland and Sandstad about it.”
“Me and Miss Pouncefoot's knowed each other for seven years, and what's a word or two as isn't meant after that?”
“This was almost all that was said about the Earl out loud; but each individual man of Loughton then present took an opportunity during the meeting of whispering into Mr. Finn's ear a word or two to show that he also was admitted to the secret councils of the borough, — that he too could see the inside of the arrangement.”
“On the Sunday afternoon Phineas went to Lord Brentford's in Portman Square, intending to say a word or two about Lord Chiltern, and meaning also to induce, if possible, the Cabinet Minister to take part with him against the magistrates, — having a hope also, in which he was not disappointed, that he might find Lady Laura Kennedy with her father.”
“At this moment Sir Edward Clarke returned with Mr. Charles Mathews, and asked permission of the judge to have a word or two with Mr. Carson.”
“I exchanged a word or two with Blueskin not five minutes past!”
“He seldom spoke more than a word or two at a time, and Inman had learned little more of him than that his name was Balis and that before the war he had been to school at Chapel Hill, where he had attempted to master Greek.”
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