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  • She could arrange for him to do something that would disgrace him en'tirely'something to do with slaves, perhaps.


  • That irony hasn't been en-tirely lost on baseball, nor has the potential cost.

    Is This A Fun Game, Or What?

  • But the choice of the man, he thinks, should be en-tirely left to you: he thinks that the count, so often refused, ought not to be insisted on: and that time should be given you.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Only perfect human beings live en tirely by theory, Robert.

    Typical hypocrisy from anti-choice politicians on the Hill

  • Basalt's voice trailed off as he realized that, with all the outrageous events in his story, this last part might well sink his credibility en - tirely.

    Flint, the King

  • For these reasons it seems to me that Bernstein's comment "What any of this had to do with Oppenheimer is not en-tirely clear" is incomprehensible.

    The Ethical Culture School

  • Father Dragon usually re'duced his, to fit in with the others, and to be able to use the lairs inside the Citadel-but dragons never stopped growing en - tirely, and he easily dwarfed Alara, and Alara was twice the size of her son, Keman.


  • He was never en - tirely sure what he was watching out for, save in the very narrow context of momentary circumstance.

    Ilse Witch

  • Their motivations were not en-tirely clear, but the y were likely after horses.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Whether he'd ever bring it to the surface was another thing en - tirely.

    Fortress Of Frost And Fire


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