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  • But when Herman and Verman set to 't the record must be no more than a few fragments left by the expurgator.


  • As an accidental installation, there could be no more telling expression of the history of Blaenau Ffestiniog, no better war memorial for all the unemployed slate miners who marched off to war.


  • On one point she was resolved: there should be no more d'Urberville air-castles in the dreams and deeds of her new life.

    Tess of the d'Urbervilles

  • The charecterssic were to be no more real than the shadows that people the Howth thicket.

    Under The Moon

  • With a sinking heart Jane realized that there would be no more gossipy chats with Miss Lipscombe.

    The Wayward Muse

  • Joshua, walking beside her across the mud of Van Ness Street, felt there could be no more happiness in the world.


  • Most people would guess that the cosmos is teeming with lifebut that would be no more than a guess.

    George’s Cosmic Treasure Hunt

  • Four paces away was a bright red Persian rug; Epaphroditus and Octavian moved Caesarion to stand on it, and there could be no more delays.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • If applied to the banks of the Mississippi River, however, at this place, where the Sauk Rapids terminate, that charming description would be no more than an adequate picture.

    Minnesota and Dacotah: in letters descriptive of a tour through the North-west, in the autumn of 1856. With information relative to public lands,

  • Soon the pain will be gone, and you will be with your English god and there will be no more terror, no more Towers of Silence.

    Walls of Silence


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