1 A hundred and fifty guineas apiece.
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2 On his evidence Cartwright was hanged and the other three got fifteen years apiece.
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3 They fired a shot apiece as they started, but their bullets whizzed by and didn't do us any harm.
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4 Aunt March usually gave the sisters a present of twenty-five dollars apiece at New Year's.
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5 She had it straight from Julia Melson that they cost three hundred dollars apiece at Celeste's, but she says they didn't look it.
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6 They took one apiece, and left three in it.
7 The company drank three glassfuls apiece, and so grew more cheerful.
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8 You ought to sell all your hair at a hundred francs apiece.
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