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  • He could hear the stallholders shouting out prices, enticing custom, and wished he could walk from the forbidding palace and mingle with the crowds.

    Lion Of Macedon

  • Up to this time she was nominally a leader, but since her removal to Heworth, she had but very occasionally been able to ride down to the city, and mingle in the communion of saints, a privilege, the loss of which she had deeply felt.

    Religion in Earnest

  • "letting down" and condescension for this republican potentate to take rooms at the Palace Royal and mingle with the regal herd "whom the King delights to honor."

    Recollections and reflections : an auto of half a century and more,

  • We had a great chairman there, Mary Ann Napier, who requested we get there early and mix and mingle before the speeches.

    Barbara Bush

  • She declared to herself that she could pour herself out on Miss Macnulty's bosom, and mingle her tears even with Miss Macnulty's, if only Miss Macnulty would believe in her.

    The Eustace Diamonds

  • It is also said that cinnamon and other perfumes retain their scent longer when placed near sinks and foul-smelling places because they refuse to come out and mingle with stenches.

    The New Organon

  • Know that I have brought thee hither, meaning to do thee a good turn for the love of Allah: so take this torch and mingle with the people at the Hammam-door and walk on with them without stopping till thou reach the house of the wedding-festival; then go boldly forward and enter the great saloon; and fear none, but take thy stand at the right hand of the Hunchback bridegroom; and, as often as any of the nurses and tirewomen and singing-girls come up to thee, 405 put thy hand into thy pocket which thou wilt find filled with gold.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

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