1 There was no family of any standing into which he could marry, no people with whom he could associate except the Slatterys and riffraff like them.
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2 Most of the Jolly Seventeen were young married women, with their husbands as associate members.
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3 Mrs. Bogart showed herself perfectly willing to be an associate relative.
4 The race horse was a friend and intimate associate of her childhood.
5 During this act of friendship, the two young men exchanged looks of intelligence which caused Duncan to forget the character and condition of his wild associate.
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6 His red associate, however, was superior to such a weakness.
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7 Duncan shook his worthy and reluctant associate warmly by the hand, once more recommended his aged friend to his care, and returning his good wishes, he motioned to David to proceed.
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8 A crowd of all the old and young hands on the place stood gathered around it, to bid farewell to their old associate.
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9 I shall not associate him in our conversation with your intimacy and encouragement; pray do not persist in connecting him with mine.
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10 These all crowded about their associate as he whispered a few words to the Jew; and then turned round and grinned at Oliver.
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11 The Jew glanced contemptuously at the pale face of his associate, and, telling him he could follow, if he pleased, ascended the stairs.
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12 They walked onward, looking about them with the air of persons who entertained some very slight expectation which had little chance of being realised, when they were suddenly joined by this new associate.
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13 He has been of most vital use to me in several of my cases, and a lucky chance has made it possible for me to bring him out and associate him with this investigation.
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14 This is my intimate friend and associate, Dr. Watson, before whom you can speak as freely as before myself.
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15 He imprudently puts himself into the power of the young man and his older associate.
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