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  • Basely abandoning the programme she had planned, she took a bus to Linlithgow and studied the inscription on a fountain: Micheal is kind to Strangers.

    My Bones Will Keep

  • "Basely!" she said; and two tears swam on her eyelashes, then glistened like diamonds on her cheek.

    The French Immortals Series — Complete

  • Basely deserted by Myra and Samuel, I told him that I did not recite; and I took the opportunity of adding that personally I didn't think anybody else ought to.

    Once a Week

  • "Basely robbed!" declared the visitor nodding his trembling head.

    Frank Merriwell's Pursuit How to Win

  • Basely, with an abandonment of womanhood, she had mockingly perjured her soul with a vile lie.

    To the Last Man

  • Accordingly, in Basely v. Clarkson,/1/where the defence set up to an action of trespass quare clausum was that the defendant in mowing his own land involuntarily and by mistake mowed down some of the plaintiff's grass, the plaintiff had judgment on demurrer.

    The Common Law

  • Basely deserts her offsprings without even barin 'a tooth, an' the cow-punchers takes 'em gently by their tails an 'beats out their joovenile brains.

    The Wit and Humor of America, Volume I. (of X.)

  • Basely deserts her offsprings without even barin 'a tooth, an' the cow-punchers takes 'em gently by their tails an 'beats out their joovenile brains.

    Wolfville Nights

  • Last night I was Basely arrested by Servile Hands for that Freedom of Thought and Expression for which I have already

    Thankful Blossom

  • Basely insignificant as are these details, they serve to show what value was then ascribed even by men of real respectability to trifling princely favors.

    Renaissance in Italy, Volumes 1 and 2 The Catholic Reaction

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