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““It gives me great pleasure to introduce you to MISS RUBY LU.””
“I learn with great pleasure the success of your new gardens at Auenay.”
“Now, it is my great pleasure to introduce … The Alchemists!”
“DEAR SIR, -- It is now 35 years since I had the great pleasure of becoming acquainted with you in Paris, and since we saw together Louis XVI. led in triumph by his people thro 'the streets of his capital; these years too have been like ages in the events they have engendered without seeming at all to have bettered the condn of suffering man.”
“I suggested to him that we should take Mrs. Crick's kind present to the children of the man who can earn nothing just now because of his attacks of delirium tremens; and he agreed that it would be a great pleasure to them; so we did. ”
“IT GIVES MY father great pleasure now when he is stopped wherever he—or we—go, and upon meeting him, someone says, “Thank you for raising Apolo.””
“Can I say what a great pleasure it is to join you this evening for the Australia-Malaysia Free Trade Agreement Conference dinner.”
“I shall certainly pay my respects there to Mrs Washington & yourself with great pleasure whenever it shall be in my power.”
““Monsieur Diderot,” she told him, “I have listened with great pleasure to the outpourings of your brilliant mind; your great principles, which I understand perfectly well, make fine theory but hopeless practice.””
“But I must say I have found great pleasure and profit in perusing Mr. Schoolcraft's narratives of both his expeditions.”
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