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  • Not that she had the slightest idea of taking this clumsy-footed theological follower round the world with her; but having the highest possible respect for him, knowing that Miss Mehitable and the minister and his wife thought him a person of consideration, she had felt it her duty to please him, – had taxed her powers of pleasing to the utmost, in his own line, and had met with this gratifying evidence of success.

    Oldtown Folks

  • Stenning received his knighthood within half an hour of his landing on the Thames, having sweated and cursed his way through his forty-thousand-mile flight alone round the world in the little Rawdon Dabchick flying-boat.

    Movie Night

  • "If old man Toch was alright he wouldn't be carrying demons round the world wid him ... and he wouldn't be settlin em down in all the islands he can find like lice in a fur coat.

    The War with the Newts

  • The two of them were destined to travel together round the world before Sir Henry had become once more the hale, hearty man that he had been before he became master of that ill-omened estate.

    The Seriously Deranged Writer and the Model Cars

  • He was a newspaper-man, bound round the world by way of

    CHAPTER 28

  • (terracotta seems to be the fashionable color this season), vice-admirals, journalists, professors and elderly celebrities from all round the world such as you find on the Côte d'Azur at any time of year.

    The War with the Newts

  • She took her journey very much as a matter of course; she seemed to have made no more preparation for a voyage half way round the world than a girl of my generation would have made for a weekend at Chislehurst.

    A Town Like Alice

  • The first trial of a newt, that took place in Durban, was of great interest to the press all round the world (viz Mr. Povondra's collection of cuttings).

    The War with the Newts

  • Zimmermann mobilised women all round the world and gathered sufficient funds to enable her to found the First Newt Lyceum at

    The War with the Newts

  • The man who would be responsible for navigating the Graf Spee was Korvetten-Kapitän Wattenberg: in the pocket battle - ship's chart room he had stowed enough folios of charts to navigate the warship round the world — along with the latest Lloyd's Register of Merchant Ships, Jane's Fighting Ships, and German British pilot books for all coasts.

    Graf Spee

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