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“This island is, you know, the scene of St. Pierre's beautiful story of Paul and Virginia, over which I suppose most people have sentimentalised at one time or another of their lives.”
““Aux arrets,” or confinement to one's quarters, is the most common form of punishment inflicted by Old World monarchs upon those of their kith and kin who have failed to comply with their behests, and there is scarcely a single sovereign or prince of the blood, who has not been subjected to this species of discipline at one time or another of his career.”
“He had been at one time or another a plasterer, painter, carpenter, tinner, plumber and farmer.”
“It is rare to find any that are so stubbornly profligate, but at one time or another they project and design, yea, promise and engage unto,”
“Taylor didn't mind losing to him, of course, half the lawyers in Washington, D C, had lost a case or motion or argument to Samuel Lockwood at one time or another in their careers.”
“Hesebon, Jasa, Medaba, Mephaath, Sabama etc., which the Bible mentions as at one time or another Moabite.”
“He received at the same time the Abbey of Dunfermline in commendam, and seems to have held also at one time or another the rich Abbeys of”
“All officers above the grade of colonel at one time or another had met General R. H. Chilton, senior staff officer to Lee.”
“From Gadelle I went on gradually to consider most of the people I had known, almost all of them simple folk leading apparently straightforward lives, who nonetheless at one time or another had had to measure themselves against destiny.”
“Most of the cowboys at one time or another had seen the desert-bred pony stretch into a flat-out run and knew about its speed.”
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