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“Neither did I get round to telling Bridget the price I had since paid, year by year, for this much needed therapy, but only because we had by then passed the Connaught Hotel and turned into the top end of Berkeley Square.”
“Before you could get round Mirkwood in the North you would be right among the slopes of the Grey Mountains, and they are simply stiff with goblins, hobgoblins, and rest of the worst description.”
“At Newtown I was obliged to make a circuit to the left, to get round the village.”
“Now and then we hadto muster all our energy to get round a point, where the river broke rippling over rocks, and the maples trailed their branches in the stream, but there was generally a backwater or eddy on the side, of which we took advantage.”
“Sometimes I can get round 'em, and get something done, when they don't know nothin 'about it; but it 's drefful hard gettin' things done.”
“I'm naturally full of unreasonable devotion to the old and beautiful things; but they get round my neck like a mill-stone, and it is all so much more weight that I have to carry.”
“The next day we tried to get round Cape Spada but could not; the wind then shifted to the northward and blew a hard gale.”
“You shave every morning, and in this season you shave by the sunlight; but since your shaving is less and less complete as we get farther back on the left side, until it becomes positively slovenly as we get round the angle of the jaw, it is surely very clear that that side is less illuminated than the other.”
“The last time I went home we spent over three weeks just trying to get round Ushant!”
“The Tien Wang, on the other hand, emitted a low, percolating sound, staring up at them like one who lacked the power of decision but would get round to it presently.”
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