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  • I don't think he was oftly convincing in his delivery of the whole thing.

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  • That being said, I would be oftly sad if people called me a bad ethnic word.

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  • It seemed to refresh him, for he fell into a quieter sleep than he had had for some time, and was oftly laid on the bed.

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  • The books which now employed my time folely, were thofe, as well anciexit as modern, which treat of true philofophy, a word which is by many, thought to be the fubjed oftly of farce and ridicule.

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