1 But Miss Bart, it appeared, really did want to know about Americana; and moreover, she was already sufficiently informed to make the task of farther instruction as easy as it was agreeable.
2 And my own son reproves me because I haven't given him religious instruction.
3 The escape was soon known; and the whole tribe crowded, in a body, around the council-lodge, impatiently awaiting the instruction of their chiefs.
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4 My early instruction was all out of place.
5 Whilst I was saddened by the thought of losing the aid of my kind mistress, I was gladdened by the invaluable instruction which, by the merest accident, I had gained from my master.
6 Certain it was that he gave her unlimited scope in all her benevolent efforts for the comfort, instruction, and improvement of her servants, though he never took any decided part in them himself.
7 Miss Ophelia began with Topsy by taking her into her chamber, the first morning, and solemnly commencing a course of instruction in the art and mystery of bed-making.
8 Sisteron, for the gratuitous instruction of poor.
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9 He said, moreover, "Teach those who are ignorant as many things as possible; society is culpable, in that it does not afford instruction gratis; it is responsible for the night which it produces."
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10 Porque ensenas, For instruction meet.
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11 The hatred of instruction for the children of the people was a dogma.
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12 Thus the associations for the liberty of the press, for individual liberty, for the instruction of the people against indirect taxes.
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13 No study is more efficacious and more fecund in instruction.
14 Equality has an organ: gratuitous and obligatory instruction.
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15 I come to you, most worthy Constantine Thedorovitch, for instruction, and again for instruction, and beg of you to assuage my thirst with an exposition of the truth as it is.