1 From these no appreciable beams now radiated, except when a more than usually smart gust brushed over their faces and raised a fitful glow which came and went like the blush of a girl.
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2 Strangers who had heard of many such cases now merely heard of one more; but immediately where a blow falls no previous imaginings amount to appreciable preparation for it.
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3 Kennicott's rival gasped at this insult to professional ethics, and he took an appreciable second before he recovered his social manner.
4 When the Irish Revival began to be appreciable Mrs. Kearney determined to take advantage of her daughter's name and brought an Irish teacher to the house.
5 Fifty years ago the ability of Negro students in any appreciable numbers to master a modern college course would have been difficult to prove.
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6 "I do appreciate good advice so much," said Scarlett, with all the sarcasm she could muster.
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7 Just compare me with those rag-tags over there and you'll appreciate me more.
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8 Now I appreciate your hesitance in discussing the matter with me.
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9 "I would appreciate it if you'd say nothing of this to anyone," he said finally.
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10 She had found one man in the prairie village who did not appreciate her picture of winding streets and arcades, but she had assembled the town council and dramatically defeated him.
11 She was the one who could be depended upon to appreciate the Caruso phonograph record, and the Chinese lantern which Mr. Marbury had brought back as his present from San Francisco.
12 But sometimes," Raymie sighed, "there is a pair of dainty little shoes like these, and I set them aside for some one who will appreciate.
13 Gosh, I wish I could appreciate that highbrow art stuff.
14 Trouble with you is, you don't make any effort to appreciate us.
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15 You can't appreciate a man's work.
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