“In marching to support Jackson his infantry made as good time as had the renowned foot cavalry of the former Army of the Valley, and his dispositions for the march beyond Thoroughfare Gap had been excellent.”
“With these questions in the air, it seemed to me to be a good time for a symposium on the subject, and Frank Seixas, medical scientific director of the National Council on Alcoholism, agreed with me.”
“We had a good time before and after those hospital visits to see different psychiatrists for ten minutes at a clip, and oh, did we love Manhattan, wide open and exciting—spring in Spanish Harlem.”
“He remembered the good time he and Rick had had with Jordyna and her friend, knowing this time with Lena would be even better.”
“The next morning, according to a letter written a few days later by Sir Dudley Carleton, the king visited the chamber of the newlywed couple “in his shirt and nightgown” and gave them a “reveille matin before they were up and spent a good time in or upon the bed, chuse which you will believe.””
“I am thankful to my ever-kind Heavenly Father that He makes me content to await His own good time and pleasure for commendation— knowing that all things work together for my good.”
“We had just completed construction of our new B800 million headquarters building, so this was a good time to install the computer.”
“She went to DePaul University College of Law in Chicago where her interest in having a good time soon superceded her interest in hitting the books.”
“The Water Hole had become a landmark in West Oakland, and many had passed through the frosted, colored-glass doors looking for a good time or to have their blues assuaged.”
““There is no fear that Tower Arms will cease to place orders with us for a good time to come, yet things have settled down into such regularity that we can spare attention for someone unskilled.””
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