country-people love

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  • Then the country-people laid the head by the holy body, and buried him as well as they could in such haste, and soon built a church over him.

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  • Bush isolationism applies equally to his country-people as well as to the people of the world, if you don't agree with him, he does everything in his power to isolate and/or ostracize you and your message.

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  • The majority were country-people, male and female.

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  • Here, were station after station, swallowed up by the express without stopping; here, stations where it fired itself in like a volley of cannon-balls, swooped away four country-people with nosegays, and three men of business with portmanteaus, and fired itself off again, bang, bang, bang!

    The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

  • The clerk then moved to the rotunde, before which were grouped a number of nurses, country-people, and petty shopkeepers, who were bidding each other adieu.

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  • Political events prevented both the count and the neighboring country-people from becoming aware of this investment, which was made in the name of

    A Start in Life

  • Though the departures for Isle – Adam professed to take place at a fixed hour, Pierrotin and his co-rival practised an indulgence in that respect which won for them the grateful affection of the country-people, and also violent remonstrances on the part of strangers accustomed to the regularity of the great lines of public conveyances.

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  • The town was full of country-people who had come in to enjoy themselves, and on this account Barnet strolled through the streets unobserved.

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  • In short, he was what our country-people call an old one.

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  • New York to Smyrna, or the running up and down to procure a company of subscribers to set a-going five or ten thousand spindles, or the negotiations of a caucus and the practising on the prejudices and facility of country-people to secure their votes in

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