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  • Now, Mr. Bunfit, whether Lord George and Benjamin were together in that first affair, or whether they weren't, I can't see my way just at present, and I don't know as you can see yours; — not saying but what you're as quick as most men, Mr. Bunfit.

    The Eustace Diamonds

  • Cat’s work, sir, as you can see by the teeth-marks.”

    Scales of Justice

  • How it should Come none Can give any good acco; its Call'd Pooles hole from a man of that name that was a Robber and use to secure himself in yt place like a house, and so ye Country people imagined he made it, but some think it was dug to find mines or marble or Chrystal because ye mettle mines are full of stone as I sd before; only this Enters in ye side whereas the mines they make now are as a well perpendicular for severall yards before it spreads, and yt not till they Come to find metal, but ye difficulty appears as to this hole how so large a Cavity should be Left, as in some places ye Roofe is as lofty as you can see and all stone; now how it should be fixt so as not to tumble in by ye weight of ye Earth or stone on ye top: as to ye waters dropping yt is but what is Customary among rocks and stones, there are many springs wch run in ye veines of ye Earth and allwayes are running in such subteraneus vaults in the Earth, wch gather together and runns in a little Channell in ye bottom of this Cave as you may step one.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • What intrigued me was that alcohol contains a hydroxyl OH radical, as you can see in Figure 7-2, and diethanolamine contains two of them.17

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

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