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  • At the clang of his bayonet against the brass trimmings, Martha Moulton groaned in spirit, for, if there was any one thing that she deemed essential to her comfort in this life, it was to keep spotless, speckless and in every way unharmed, the great knocker on her front door.

    Twilight stories

  • The Gershmi-like men in every way except their lack of a fourth finger-were the latest race to be contacted.

    Behold the Stars

  • But the little dark-brown dog took this chastisement in the most serious way, and no doubt considered that he had committed some grave crime, for he wriggled contritely and showed his repentance in every way that was in his power.

    A Dark-Brown Dog.

  • Dr. Coué is best known for his positive-thinking phrase “Every day in every way I am getting better and better.”

    Creating Wealth

  • “In nearly every case,” said Commander Stephen King-Hall, “the German officers seemed anxious to assist in every way possible and give as much information concerning the working of the boat as was feasible.”

    Castles of Steel

  • When King George the Third lost the sovereignty of the colonies, the bishops of his divinely inspired church lost the control of the clergy across the seas; but this revolution was purely one of Church politics -- in doctrine and ritual the "Protestant Episcopal Church of America" remained in every way Anglican.

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation

  • As to why the Hungarian regime should see fit to issue passports to two people who have been so obviously opposed to it in every way as the Mar-tons have, the Legation speculates that … to permit them to continue to operate in Hungary had the strong disadvantage of providing the Western press a great deal of accurate information.

    Enemies of the People

  • In fact, I consider myself married to Mr. Lewes in every way that matters.

    The Wayward Muse

  • His conduct was in every way so admirable on the raid that Early forgave him and urged the confirmation of Rosser's appointment as brigadier—a wish that at length was realized.


  • From the ceiling of the temple hang hundreds of long strips, katas, offered by pilgrims to the temple, and becoming so many flying prayers when hung up -- for mechanical praying in every way is prominent in Thibet ....

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation


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