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  • Partly is was due to her freckles but in general she was considered fairly plain.

    Gotta Have Faith

  • Partly from the impulse of that restlessness which often attends a last illness, and with the hope of deriving at least some alleviation from medical advice, she determined, in the month of February, upon spending a week with her young friends at Newington, whose affection towards her gave her the assurance that she should find all the comforts of home in their house.

    Memoirs, Correspondence and Poetical Remains of Jane Taylor

  • Late Night With Jan Harayda – Oprah Picks a Mixed Doggie Bag for Her Club — A Sentimental ‘Hamlet’-Influenced First Novel Told Partly from the Point of View of Dogs

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  • Partly is so I don’t offend certain people and partly because I don’t want to be put on the pillory for doing whatever it is I’ve done …

    Confessions Of A Bad Mother | Her Bad Mother

  • Partly, that is because the Americans don't want to be annoyed.

    Action, Not Words

  • Partly, that is because I know a great deal more than my children.

    The Wonder of "Why?"

  • Partly, that is what the national Republican party wants.

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  • When only a part of the contents of the lump or rupture sac can be pressed back into the opening, it is known as a Partly Reducible

    Cluthe's Advice to the Ruptured

  • Partly that is to say, Joy lies in mere constant living in

    The Greatest Thing in the World And Other Addresses

  • Partly, that is to say, Joy lay in mere constant living in Christ's presence, with all that that implied of peace, of shelter, and of love; partly in the influence of that Life upon mind and character and will; and partly in the inspiration to live and work for others, with all that that brought of self-riddance and joy in others 'gain.

    The Greatest Thing In the World and Other Addresses


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