1 Gregson and Lestrade had watched the manoeuvres of their amateur companion with considerable curiosity and some contempt.
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2 Sherlock Holmes and I read these notices over together at breakfast, and they appeared to afford him considerable amusement.
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3 Mr. Gregson, who had listened to this address with considerable impatience, could contain himself no longer.
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4 Soon there were five buckets of frothing creamy milk at which many of the animals looked with considerable interest.
5 A little awkwardly, as though not quite used to supporting his considerable bulk in that position, but with perfect balance, he was strolling across the yard.
6 "Here, sir," said Poole, and gave into his hands a considerable packet sealed in several places.
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7 Mr. Gradgrind walked homeward from the school, in a state of considerable satisfaction.
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8 Nay, he made this foil of his so very widely known, that third parties took it up, and handled it on some occasions with considerable briskness.
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9 The round of visits was made; and Mr. James Harthouse, with a discreet use of his blue coaching, came off triumphantly, though with a considerable accession of boredom.
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10 Some train had newly arrived in Coketown, which had put a number of vehicles in motion, and scattered a considerable bustle about the town.
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11 Their numbers amounted to ten men, of whom the two who rode foremost seemed to be persons of considerable importance, and the others their attendants.
12 Isaac's own share in this transaction was considerable, and he well knew that the Prince's eager desire to bring it to a conclusion would ensure him his protection in the dilemma in which he stood.
13 After this fourth encounter, there was a considerable pause; nor did it appear that any one was very desirous of renewing the contest.
14 Here he made a considerable pause, and Gurth had good hope that the last three pieces might escape the fate of their comrades; but the enumeration proceeded.
15 The summons, however, seemed of importance, for a considerable degree of bustle instantly took place in the castle.