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“Soft,' she said, 'is the last word I would apply to Alexander Kinloch.”
“When the last word had died away, there was over the whole crowd of them a look of well-defined regret, and it seemed to Philip Grayson that the sigh of the world without was giving voice to the sigh of the world within as the well-behaved crowd of boys sat down to resume their duties as auditors.”
“Gouverneur Morris has written the last word about Richard Harding Davis, and he, as every one must, laid final stress on the clean body, clean heart, and clean mind of the man.”
“In faith by hearing the last word rests with the teacher; in private judgment it rests with the reader, who submits the dead text of Scripture to a kind of post-mortem examination and delivers a verdict without appeal: he believes in himself rather than in any higher authority.”
““Good ni-ight,” Carly said, the last word stretched into two falsetto syllables.”
“Behind the bars of his face-guard, his eyes turned the last word into a question to the Aes Sedai.”
“A pause in the expression, if oral, and a comma before the last word achieves the result in the interim between instruction and performance.”
“That the system of HAHNEMANN (1755 -- 1843), the founder of homoeopathy, is free from error could be scarcely maintained, but certain recent discoveries in connection with serum-therapy appear to indicate that the last word has not yet been said on the subject, and the formula "like cures like" may still have another lease of life to run.”
““Different” was the last word to describe Nick Taggert.”
“Now, I can't say whether I did or did not emphasize the last word unduly, but Pyrrha blushed again, and remarked:”
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