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“After the family had moved west across London to settle in Putney, Judt was educated at Emanuel school, an old-established independent school in Battersea.”
““Get Ellen and Louis to entice him to Bexley; take him up to Dartford . . . and push him into that most useful and old-established institution—the Dartford Mental Home, where he could spend his time writing lavatory roll after lavatory roll of concentrated libel—for writing libel seems to be his pet hobby nowadays.””
“What makes the present case so alarming is that concessions are being made to Holocaust-deniers and anti-Semites, and that this is not a departure from "original intent" Catholicism but rather part of a return to traditional and old-established preachments.”
“The old-established carrier of the place brought his fishing-rod and travelling-trunk, with a letter to Meg, dated a week previously, desiring her to prepare to receive an old acquaintance.”
“All old-established national industries have been destroyed or are daily being destroyed.”
“Many years ago I started work in the publications department of an old-established City institution.”
“I shall rely upon the credit of your old-established house. —”
“Flicoteaux III. respected the old exterior, maintaining the dingy hue and general air of a respectable, old-established house, showing thereby the depth of their contempt for the charlatanism of the shop-front, the kind of advertisement which feasts the eyes at the expense of the stomach, to which your modern restaurant almost always has recourse.”
“The balsam, the lodgings, and the old-established cutting and shaving business brought me in a pretty genteel income.”
“As for his other publishers: he started, as I say, with John Murray and has had books published by Constable, another highly respectable, old-established firm now merged with Robinson.”
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