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  • Everyone was a friend, and she offered kisses to a stranger so confidingly that the most in - veterate bachelor relented, and baby-lovers became faithful worshipers.

    Little Women

  • Now, sir, r can inform you of a physi - cian who can cure hardness of heart, sin - ful propensities, &c. to whom you would do well to apply for a cure of all those in - veterate diseases; and remember, he de - mands no remuneration for the cures he per - forms.

    Walks of Usefulness in London and Its Environs

  • To be honoured and even privileged by the laws, opinions, and in - veterate ufages of our country, growing out of the prgudice of ages, has nothing to provoke horror and indignation in any man.

    Reflections on the Revolution in France,: And on the Proceedings in Certain Societies in London ...

  • Of thefe Princes, the moft potent was Marino, long the in - veterate foe, but finally the dupe of Ferdinand the Fird; a King who was far from being fcrupulous in the means he employed to over - reach his enemies, or to rid himfelf of them when once in his power.

    Travels in the two Sicilies

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