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“You will wear the dress I select for you and attend the de la Montaignes’ garden party in one week’s time.”
“You seem to look neat; have you taste enough to know what is becoming to you or shall I write Mr. Murdough to select for you? "she asked, turning to me.”
“The two sisters at once called on Mrs Bolton, in a newish house in a row, quite select for Tevershall.”
“During this interval Smith was elected praeses of the University meetings by the choice of his colleagues, and as the position was at the time one of considerable difficulty, they would not be likely to select for it a man of decided business incapacity.”
“53 The vizier of Amurath reminded his sovereign that, according to the Mahometan law, he was entitled to a fifth part of the spoil and captives; and that the duty might easily be levied, if vigilant officers were stationed in Gallipoli, to watch the passage, and to select for his use the stoutest and most beautiful of the Christian youth.”
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