1 I gave him a short sketch of my adventures, and had hardly concluded it by the time that we reached our destination.
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2 Eleven, and the more stately tread of the landlady passed my door, bound for the same destination.
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3 Lestrade mounted the box, whipped up the horse, and brought us in a very short time to our destination.
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4 The doctor had bought the house from the heirs of a celebrated surgeon; and his own tastes being rather chemical than anatomical, had changed the destination of the block at the bottom of the garden.
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5 A train for Coketown would come through presently, Mrs. Sparsit knew; so she understood Coketown to be her first place of destination.
6 The tremendous rain occasioned infinite confusion, when the train stopped at its destination.
7 The destination of the Thrush must be now preeminently interesting.
8 He had diminished the distance between himself and London by full four miles more, before he recollected how much he must undergo ere he could hope to reach his place of destination.
9 But Charley Bates, at this moment, calling his attention by a perfectly terrific howl, he suddenly altered its destination, and flung it full at that young gentleman.
10 The letter never reached its destination; but that, and other proofs, she kept, in case they ever tried to lie away the blot.
11 We had hardly alighted at North Walsham, and mentioned the name of our destination, when the station-master hurried towards us.
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12 Macon was their destination and many of those who took the train that night had already refugeed five and six times before, as Johnston fell back from Dalton.
13 Their destination was one of the little restaurants overhanging the boulevard which dips steeply down from Monte Carlo to the low intermediate quarter along the quay.
14 She was still half a mile from her destination, and she decided to walk across to Madison Avenue and take the electric car.
15 She had known that she would gladly leave Gopher Prairie, leave Main Street and all that it signified, but she had had no destination.