1 For I declare to thee thy comrades are restored, thy fleet driven back into safety by the shifted northern gales, except my parents were pretenders, and unavailing the augury they taught me.
2 To this Juturna adds a yet stronger impulse, and high in heaven shews a sign more potent than any to confuse Italian souls with delusive augury.
3 He was not bound, nor had they made any attempt to handcuff him; this seemed a good augury.
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4 The magistrate observed me with a keen eye and of course drew an unfavourable augury from my manner.
5 Then a cry of vengeance burst at once, as it might be, from the united lips of the nation; a frightful augury of their ruthless intentions.
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6 This smile appeared to d'Artagnan to be of bad augury.
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7 The tribute paid by the President and his Cabinet to your work was none too high, and forms a most encouraging augury, I think, for the future prosperity of your institution.
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8 He reminds me how often the same accidents have happened to other navigators who have attempted this sea, and in spite of myself, he fills me with cheerful auguries.