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1  The Prior Aymer winded a blast accordingly.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXIII
2  A light was procured accordingly, and the robber proceeded to examine the purse.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
Get Context   In CHAPTER XI
3  He went accordingly to the banquet, of which we have already mentioned the principal events.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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4  Her present situation required all her presence of mind, and she summoned it up accordingly.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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5  The Prince accordingly made a sign with his truncheon, as the Knight passed him in his second career around the lists.
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6  Isaac accordingly bade his friend farewell, and about an hour's riding brought him before the Preceptory of Templestowe.
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7  The Saxon prisoners were accordingly removed, just as they introduced the monk Ambrose, who appeared to be in great perturbation.
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8  Gurth accordingly hastened his pace, in order to gain the open common to which the lane led, but was not so fortunate as to accomplish his object.
Ivanhoe By Walter Scott
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9  This explanation was accordingly returned by these men to Front-de-Boeuf, when he questioned them why they did not make for the battlements upon the alarm.
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10  The door accordingly was opened; and the hermit, a large, strong-built man, in his sackcloth gown and hood, girt with a rope of rushes, stood before the knight.
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11  It was accordingly the Prince's intention, which he for some time maintained, to treat these unwonted guests with a courtesy to which they had been little accustomed.
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12  Of the ten shafts which hit the target, two within the inner ring were shot by Hubert, a forester in the service of Malvoisin, who was accordingly pronounced victorious.
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13  He gave, accordingly, an order sealed with his signet, to a brother of his tribe at York, requiring him to pay to the bearer the sum of a thousand crowns, and to deliver certain merchandises specified in the note.
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14  The grace-cup was accordingly served round, and the guests, after making deep obeisance to their landlord and to the Lady Rowena, arose and mingled in the hall, while the heads of the family, by separate doors, retired with their attendants.
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15  The black satellite came forward accordingly, and, producing from his basket a large pair of scales and several weights, he laid them at the feet of Front-de-Boeuf, and again retired to the respectful distance, at which his companion had already taken his station.
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16  However unacceptable these sounds might be to Prince John, and to those around him, he saw himself nevertheless obliged to confirm the nomination of the victor, and accordingly calling to horse, he left his throne; and mounting his jennet, accompanied by his train, he again entered the lists.
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17  The Preceptory was but a day's journey from the demolished castle of Torquilstone, and the Jew had hoped to reach it before nightfall; accordingly, having dismissed his guides at the verge of the forest, and rewarded them with a piece of silver, he began to press on with such speed as his weariness permitted him to exert.
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