1 I shall be back as soon as possible.
2 Shall be with you as soon as possible after arrival.
3 This was possible from the disordered state of things in the household.
4 I thought it well to know if possible where the Count would go when he left the house.
5 She was, if possible, more radiantly beautiful than ever; and I could not believe that she was dead.
6 We sat down on a bench within good view, and began to smoke cigars so as to attract as little attention as possible.
7 I feared to go very far from the station, as we had arrived late and would start as near the correct time as possible.
8 Then he very thoughtfully took a chair, with his back to me, so that I might be as free as possible, and began to read.
9 I knocked gently and rang as quietly as possible, for I feared to disturb Lucy or her mother, and hoped to only bring a servant to the door.
10 There are some who look with dread on such a possibility, lest later on it should in itself become a danger, for it is evidently a fierce brute.
11 It was possible, if not likely, the Professor urged, that the Count might appear in Piccadilly during the day, and that if so we might be able to cope with him then and there.
12 It is possible that the vessel may be lying by, at times, for fog; some of the steamers which came in last evening reported patches of fog both to north and south of the port.
13 There was no possibility of making any mistake about this, for in the long hours that followed, she had many spells of sleeping and waking and repeated both actions many times.
14 In the hours that had passed, the fits of sleep, or the comatose condition that passed for it, had grown more frequent, so that the pauses when conversation was possible were shortened.
15 He had received a letter from Mr. de Ville of London, telling him to receive, if possible before sunrise so as to avoid customs, a box which would arrive at Galatz in the Czarina Catherine.
16 We did not go fast, though the way was steeply downhill, for we had to take heavy rugs and wraps with us; we dared not face the possibility of being left without warmth in the cold and the snow.
17 I understood him to mean if we were to take advantage of their coming to divert if possible the thoughts of the unhappy husband and wife from each other and from themselves; so on nodding acquiescence to him he asked them what they had seen or done.
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