1 Before such an exhibition of grief, Pittypat's easy tears ceased and Melly flew to the bedside to comfort her sister-in-law.
2 She was like some rare flower grown for exhibition, a flower from which every bud had been nipped except the crowning blossom of her beauty.
3 He proposed an informal exhibition match to advertise the association; he suggested that Carol and himself, the Haydocks, the Woodfords, and the Dillons play doubles, and that the association be formed from the gathered enthusiasts.
4 It is some systematized exhibition of the whale in his broad genera, that I would now fain put before you.
5 Charley and I scoured them, and they were on exhibition in the Harling office all summer.
6 Another girl would have kept her baby out of sight, but Tony, of course, must have its picture on exhibition at the town photographer's, in a great gilt frame.
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7 By this time the song of Gamut had ceased, and the sisters had learned to still the exhibition of their emotions.
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8 Duncan was touched at the quiet and impressive exhibition of his grief.
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9 The movement, the exhibition, and the cry which again burst from the lips of the young Mohican, instantly drew the whole party about him.
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10 Large piles of brush lay scattered about the clearing, and a wary and aged squaw was occupied in firing as many as might serve to light the coming exhibition.
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11 This exhibition of anger was noted by all present; and from an apprehension of exasperating a temper that was already chafed nearly to madness, several minutes were suffered to pass before another word was uttered.
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12 At this unexpected exhibition, a loud and vehement expression of pleasure burst from the mouth of every warrior present.
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13 I remember the first time I ever witnessed this horrible exhibition.
14 The youth felt triumphant at this exhibition.
15 But they were in a state of frenzy, perhaps because of forgotten vanities, and it made an exhibition of sublime recklessness.