1 Then, as an afterthought, he added: "The honorable Ashley was over here last night."
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2 He knew she had accepted without afterthought: he could never be a factor in her calculations, and there was a surprise, a refreshment almost, in the spontaneity of her consent.
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3 An afterthought brought me back, when I had quitted the court.
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4 As yet she had no afterthought.
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5 This is the tangle of thought and afterthought wherein we are called to solve the problem of training men for life.
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6 But these, of course, are afterthoughts.
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