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“Aye, what will be the bearing of North Carolina with such men in her national council, as Daniel Barringer, Willis Alston, and Lemuel Sawyer?”
“It has a mix of developed and developing economies, north and south, east and west, and, importantly, in what will be the century of the Asia Pacific, it has a number of countries from Asia – Australia,”
“And those by whom they are despised, from any principle of self-elation, give but an uncomfortable indication of what will be the issue of their dangers.”
“This has been done in order to make reading less confusing for what will be a largely non-Latinate audience.”
“Lomax is under greater difficulties with less means, so that apprehend you have little more to expect from this country except the balance which will remain for Colle after deducting the little matter due to me, & what will be recovered by Anthony.”
“Can you manage what will be a very large and thriving business, Miss Higgins?”
“Ministers in the Commons opposed the emergency debate but, in what will be seen as another show of force by Bercow, he accepted arguments in favour put by the Labour MP Chris Bryant.”
“On another occasion after dinner, at the mess of the Flying School on Salisbury Plain, he started a debate as to what will be the most permanent danger which airmen will have to encounter.”
“Comparing the life of Father's boyhood with our life here at Riverby in those days and again comparing that with the life to-day, one cannot but wonder what will be the final outcome.”
“Smith with me; who is a silly, prating, talking man; but he tells me what he hears, that Holmes and Spragg now rule all with the Duke of Buckingham, as to seabusiness, and will be great men: but he do prophesy what will be the fruit of it; so I do.”
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