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“In 1776 Captain Edward Thompson, a connection of the Marvell family and a versatile sailor with a passion for print, which had taken some odd forms of expression, produced by subscription in three quarto volumes the first collected edition of Andrew Marvell's works, both verse and prose.”
“There are 130 some odd sewers discharging into Haw River which flows into Jordan Reservoir, and there are no sewers discharging into Cane”
“I laid her on the divan, thinking this'll give us time to restore our energies, and went into the wash-room to rid myself of the oil — I've known randy women have some odd tastes: birches, spurs, hair-brushes, peacock feathers, baths, handcuffs, God knows what, but Jeendan's the only grease-monkey I can recall.”
“He collects some odd stuff, and it all seems to make sense.”
“They nodded through the introduction of 'master perfumer Marcel LeFever, " twitching into wakefulness only when their respective subconscious minds were pricked, for some odd reason, by the words, "It was then, toward the end of the Cretaceous Period, that the flowers wiped out the dinosaurs.”
“I have copied this passage as a specimen of the Persian manner; but I suspect that, by some odd fatality, the style of Ferishta has been improved by that of”
“I believe, in my conscience, there was some odd mistake in their births, and that my mother took away the brains of the man, and left the woman's for the noddle of my poor uncle. ”
“In its day, allegedly, some odd business had passed through its arched doorway.”
“Page 5 mother were sharecroppers down in Livingston, Alabama, which is about one hundred and some odd miles southwest of Birmingham.”
“This quaint observation may have been due to some valetudinary motive, or, more probably, to some odd freak of association.”
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