1 Oh, you know, deuce take it,' said this gentleman, looking round the board with an imbecile smile, 'we can't forego Blood, you know.
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2 I therefore pleaded another engagement; and observing that Mrs. Micawber's spirits were immediately lightened, I resisted all persuasion to forego it.
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3 Happily Van Helsing has not summoned me, so I need not forego my sleep; to-night I could not well do without it.
4 That the foregoing represents pretty much the gist of Chichikov's reflections as he stood watching the company I will not attempt to deny.
5 However, in spite of the distressfulness of the foregoing possibilities, it is time that I returned to my hero.
6 However, the laws of Russian hospitality do not permit even of a miser infringing their rules; wherefore Plushkin added to the foregoing a more civil invitation to be seated.
7 Whilst the foregoing conversation had been in progress, various witnesses had been arriving on the scene.
8 At the same time, it is never a very safe proceeding to peer deeply into the hearts of ladies; wherefore, restricting ourselves to the foregoing superficialities, let us proceed further on our way.
9 To the foregoing, of course, there became appended various additional proofs and items of evidence, in proportion as the sensation spread to more remote corners of the town.
10 The foregoing constituted the most difficult step that our hero had to negotiate.
11 The foregoing will give the reader a pretty clear idea of the manner in which it was possible for this man of thirty-three to waste his time.
12 Soon to the foregoing trees there became added an occasional birch or spruce fir, while in the dense undergrowth around their roots could be seen the blue iris and the yellow wood-tulip.
13 There are some things that the Southern white man will not tolerate, and the obscene intimations of the foregoing have brought the writer to the very outermost limit of public patience.
14 Such experiences as the foregoing were not uncommon in her married life.
15 He was no doubt prepared for any emergency, ready for any one of the foregoing attitudes, just as he bent himself easily and naturally to the situation which confronted him.