1 Next to him stood a motorcycle policeman taking down names with much sweat and correction in a little book.
2 After Gatsby's death the East was haunted for me like that, distorted beyond my eyes' power of correction.
3 The very years she spoke of, were realities now, for my correction; and would have been, one day, a little later perhaps, though we had parted in our earliest folly.
4 A man like Danglars was wholly inaccessible to any gentler method of correction.
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5 Sir, I do not deny the justice of your correction, but the more severely you arm yourself against that unfortunate man, the more deeply will you strike our family.
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6 On Thursday it's the natives of Peru require protection and correction; we give 'em what's due.'
7 At length these subjects displayed signs of being thoroughly exhausted; and Mr. Chitling did the same: for the house of correction becomes fatiguing after a week or two.
8 Her cousin had shrunk into a corner of the settle, as quiet as a mouse, congratulating himself, I dare say, that the correction had alighted on another than him.
9 If my view of the case is correct, and I have every reason to believe that it is, this man would rather risk anything than lose the ring.
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10 There was the dead dog, however, to prove that his conjecture had been correct.
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11 Henceforward the farm was to be known as "The Manor Farm"--which, he believed, was its correct and original name.
12 I availed myself of your obliging hints to correct my timidity, and it is unnecessary to add that they were perfectly accurate.
13 He hath since come to England, unexpected by his brethren," said Ben Israel; "and he cometh among them with a strong and outstretched arm to correct and to punish.
14 But the housekeeper had served Sir Geoffrey for many years, and the dried-up, elderly, superlatively correct female you could hardly call her a parlour-maid, or even a woman.
15 They're the mingiest set of ladylike snipe ever invented: full of conceit of themselves, frightened even if their boot-laces aren't correct, rotten as high game, and always in the right.