1 Holmes took a note of the address.
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2 He then hailed a cab, and ordered the driver to take us to the address given us by Lestrade.
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3 "The gentleman asked me for my address," she said.
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4 Mr. Gregson, who had listened to this address with considerable impatience, could contain himself no longer.
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5 Gentles and simples, I address you all.
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6 Then he would address Mr. Harthouse in the same style.
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7 Slackbridge, the delegate, had to address his audience too that night; and Slackbridge had obtained a clean bill from the printer, and had brought it in his pocket.
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8 This De Grantmesnil declined, avowing himself vanquished as much by the courtesy as by the address of his opponent.
9 Such was the address of each in parrying and striking, that the spectators broke forth into a unanimous and involuntary shout, expressive of their delight and admiration.
10 "I like not that music, father Cedric," said Athelstane; for by this title of respect he was accustomed to address him.
11 The attendants remained as mute to this address as to the former, and they now stood before the gate of the castle.
12 He hesitated whether to address the King as the Black Knight-errant, or in what other manner to demean himself towards him.
13 Here is the address of a good manservant, who was with an invalid patient of the doctor's till he died last month.
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14 At the station quay they changed to a gondola, giving the man the address.
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15 She wrote to him to the London address, asking him to send her a letter to Hartland's hotel, and to call for her on the Monday evening at seven.
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