1 The day was completed and crowned in a peculiarly satisfactory way: Becky teased her mother to appoint the next day for the long-promised and long-delayed picnic, and she consented.
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2 At last he arrived in Rome, where the Pope had just died, and there was great doubt among the cardinals as to whom they should appoint as his successor.
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3 O comrades, for not now nor aforetime are we ignorant of ill, O tried by heavier fortunes, unto this last likewise will God appoint an end.
4 I appoint to these neither period nor boundary of empire: I have given them dominion without end.
5 The people alone can appoint the form of the commonwealth, which is by constituting the legislative, and appointing in whose hands that shall be.
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6 The President might also appoint assistant commissioners in the seceded States, and to all these offices military officials might be detailed at regular pay.
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7 But I told Traddles, and Mr. and Mrs. Micawber, that before I could think of leaving, they must appoint a day when they would come and dine with me.
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8 Write and appoint the evening after to-morrow, at seven, for the meeting.
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9 He appointed to meet them at a public-house, whither Candide and the faithful Cacambo went with their two sheep, and awaited his coming.
10 I was appointed chaplain to the French Ambassador at Constantinople.
11 The Bishop sent for him, reproved him gently, and appointed him beadle in the cathedral.
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12 , the services which he had rendered to the district were so dazzling, the opinion of the whole country round about was so unanimous, that the King again appointed him mayor of the town.
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13 In this prison at Arras there is an ex-convict named Brevet, who is detained for I know not what, and who has been appointed turnkey of the house, because of good behavior.
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14 The docket of the session was very heavy; the president had appointed for the same day two short and simple cases.
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15 He had been appointed mayor, in recognition of his services.
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