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  • Metellus Pius, Crassus, and Pompey followed in late December, apparently within the space of a few days.

    The Spartacus War

  • Westcott and Hort omit the expression "the pasch" in vi, 4 to compress the ministry of Jesus within the space of one year; but all the manuscripts, the versions, and nearly all the

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • At the Red Lion Tavern on Elbow Lane, on February 2, 1736 according to the Philadelphia Mercury, one regular “laid a wager of Half a Crown that he could drink a Gallon of Cyder Royall within the space of one hour and a half; which he had no sooner accomplished and said ‘I have finished,’ then he fell down dead.”

    Angel in the Whirlwind

  • Drosoula's mother buried the bones of her father and her husband, and for fear of being ridiculed for her Pontos accent, elected to become dumb, leaving all responsibilities to her fifteen-year-old daughter, who, within the space of three years, had learned to speak the Cephallonian dialect and had married a shrewd fisherman who knew a faithful wife when he saw one.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • Especially with a young man like François Ricain, who changed his mood within the space of a few seconds.

    Maigret and the Pickpocket

  • It is no accident that, within the space of sixty years, Sicily and southern Italy would explode into three of historys greatest slave uprisings: first in two separate revolts on the island 135132 B.C., 104100 B.C. and then in Spartacuss rebellion.

    The Spartacus War

  • Here the scene is laid in the remote and only half civilized hill village of Aar, and while the action of the story is dramatic and swift (it takes place all within the space of two days), the chief interest lies in the psychological study of the two principal characters, and the actual drama is so interwoven with the mental conflict, so developed by outward circumstances, that it is almost

    The Mother

  • And now as so much has been said of the character and fortune and special circumstances of Lizzie Greystock, who became Lady Eustace as a bride, and Lady Eustace as a widow and a mother, all within the space of twelve months, it may be as well to give some description of her person and habits, such as they were at the period in which our story is supposed to have its commencement.

    The Eustace Diamonds

  • She had been marking off the days leading to her eighteenth birthday on a March of Dimes calendar that came in the mail, recording in purple ink within the space of each day Dad's abusive behavior:February5,1968—pulled my hair; March20,1968—slapped me—TWICE; April3,1968—threw out my only fishnet hose!!

    Change Me Into Zeus’s Daughter

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