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“Looks like someone by Phyllis’s name did fly into San Jose the day before yesterday from someplace called Puerto Limon.”
He said a Castle Official, whose name he would not give, had called the day before yesterday and said, 'As a friend of Sir Benjamin Whitney, I have come to tell you
M. Coulon told me the day before yesterday that he had spoken with M. de M.ntmollin, the Treasurer, who would write to M. Ancillon concerning the purchase of my collection ...
I hobbled up the valley the day before yesterday to the Moraine and back, and looked up at the Moro Pass, up which Lochmatter says nothing would be easier than to have me carried (I don't think he would like to take a hand at it himself,) but I shall try no more such experiments with the backs of my fellow-creatures.
"He’s a remarkable man," said Cotta to his wife, then said to his stepdaughter, "You met Gaius Julius Junior at your uncle’s the day before yesterday — was that for the very first time?"