1 We both jumped up and, a little harrowed myself, I went out into the yard.
2 Tom threw on both brakes impatiently and we slid to an abrupt dusty stop under Wilson's sign.
3 But both of us loved each other all that time, old sport, and you didn't know.
4 In a moment Meyer Wolfshiem stood solemnly in the doorway, holding out both hands.
5 But he clasped both his hands over his breast, and cast his eyes towards the zenith.
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6 Do not boast of it, however," said Elinor, "for it is injustice in both of you.
7 They both eagerly and resolutely declined her invitation.
8 A very desirable connection on both sides, and I have not a doubt of its taking place in time.
9 Their presence was a restraint both on her and on Lucy.
10 Exhaustion succeeded to the extreme fatigue both of body and of mind which I had endured.
11 A mist covered both that and the surrounding mountains.
12 As Drummle and Startop had each a boat, I resolved to set up mine, and to cut them both out.
13 And I think he added in a lower growl, that we might both go to the devil and shake ourselves.
14 Then they both laughed, and began cracking nuts, and spitting the shells about.
15 Mr. Wopsle shut his eyes, and opened them again; performing both ceremonies very slowly.