1 Surely no man would work so hard or attain such precise information unless he had some definite end in view.
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2 Some people would have waited until their advertisements were answered, or until parties came forward and volunteered information.
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3 Some, like Colonel and Mrs. Mayhew, who had never left their seats, brooded over the blurred carbon sheet which had been issued for their information.
4 It is probable, too, that the language in which the benediction was conferred, and the information asked, sounded ungracious, though not probably unintelligible, in the ears of the Saxon peasants.
5 Thanks, good Pilgrim, for your information concerning the companion of my childhood.
6 It is impossible to describe the extremity of terror which seized upon the Jew at this information, and seemed at once to overpower his whole faculties.
7 She added, that there was a Christian priest within the castle who might be possessed of more information.
8 So when he stared at Connie in his peculiar way, giving her his peculiar, precise information, she felt all the background of his mind filling up with mist, with nothingness.
9 Connie only half heard this piece of novel, masculine information.
10 She wrote to Mrs Bolton for exact information.
11 Now, I must apply to you for information.
12 This, as well as I understand, is to be the substance of my information.
13 A line occasionally added by Edmund to his mother's letter was enough for Fanny's information.
14 Saying this, Mr. Brownlow looked around the office as if in search of some person who would afford him the required information.
15 This was all the information Oliver could obtain about the picture at that time.