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  • v. Do as you wish; go ahead; help yourself; go for it!


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  • O Manning, if I should have formed a diabolical resolution, by the time you come to England, of not admitting any spirituous liquors into my house, will you be my guest on such shame-worthy terms?

    Selected English Letters

  • He had taken the omens of the winds, before passing Sounion Head, and had got a bad one; could he be my guest for the night?

    The Bull From The Sea

  • I also met him on his return from the East, and invited him to be my guest for a few days at Hays City, which invitation he accepted.

    The Life of Hon William F Cody

  • And Mr. Rockefeller said, "Come be my guest at my palace in the Pocantico Hills; and then we will go together and you may preach submission to my wage-slaves in the oil-factories at Bayonne and elsewhere."

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation


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