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“With a confusion of ideas only to be accounted for by my extreme youth, and my want of a guide on such matters, I had retrod the steps of knowledge along the paths of time, and exchanged the discoveries of recent enquirers for the dreams of forgotten alchymists.”
“As this is the first post of this kind, we will be sorting out a more automated way of passing seller information onto enquirers.”
“Common Purpose graduates in local authorities and other state bodies are also building lists of enquirers under the Freedom of Information Act!”
“I realise this won't satisfy those who think all MPs should travel to London by overnight bus and stay in hostels when we are here, but hopefully it will satisfy more reasonable enquirers!”
“Quoth the officer, “Thou hast no access to him this day; for he hath appointed unto petitioners and enquirers one day in every seven” (naming the day), “on which they may go in to him; so wend thy ways in welfare till then.””
“And with the appearance of Don Adams 'book we now have the perfect answer to give to most of those enquirers - buy a copy of "Head for Mexico".”
“Introducing a tracking system and registration of all enquirers might stem the floodgates Dizzy and his parliamentary accomplices have opened.”
“Naturally LOL gave anonymous enquirers a bit of a run around.”
“Fundamental Knowledge System, that is, with its special stations everywhere, its regional bureaus, its central city at Barcelona, its seventeen million active workers and its five million correspondents and reserve enquirers, would have seemed incredibly vast.”
“The Sophist, like the Phaedrus, has a double character, and unites two enquirers, which are only in a somewhat forced manner connected with each other.”
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