1 When she went upstairs that night she found that the late post had brought her a fresh batch of bills.
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2 She had absolutely no taste in dress, and wore a batch of rusty black lace with a bunch of artificial violets pinned to the side of her hair.
3 There were literally hundreds of such towns; there would be reports from half a dozen of them in a single batch of telegrams.
4 Rachel Halliday, who had taken her hands out of a batch of biscuit, to hear the news, stood with them upraised and floury, and with a face of the deepest concern.
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5 In dispatching Fetinia with the necessary instructions, she ordered her to return with a second batch of hot pancakes.
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6 In a solitary window a light is flickering where some good burgher is mending his boots, or a baker drawing a batch of dough.
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7 I rather suspect he wanted me to take care of another batch of his papers which, after his death, I saw the manager examining under the lamp.
8 And all this awkward batch of brats has political opinions, if you please.
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9 de Vaublanc, the reformer of the Institute by a coup d'etat, the distinguished author of numerous academicians, ordinances, and batches of members, after having created them, could not succeed in becoming one himself.
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