1 could not possibly have let the junior bank staff, and perhaps even all sorts of other people, come along and catch him by surprise as he haggled with those people in the junk room.
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2 immediately sent the junior staff from the room and told them to let no-one in.
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3 This causes many difficulties for the junior advocates, of course.
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4 You're quite right to remind me of that," said the businessman, "you're new to all this, a junior.
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5 On the birth of a second son, my junior by seven years, my parents gave up entirely their wandering life and fixed themselves in their native country.
6 Uriah, Traddles, and I, as the junior part of the company, went down last, how we could.
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7 'More than a mile off, Mr. Tiffey,' interposed a junior.
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8 In tam o'shanter and tweed skirt Carol felt herself a college junior going out to play hockey.
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9 Hardly had he done so, when he was surrounded by the three junior mates and the four harpooneers, who all crowded him to the deck.
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10 As I walked about there I congratulated myself that I had not brought some Lincoln girl who would talk during the waits about the junior dances, or whether the cadets would camp at Plattsmouth.
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11 You observe, Mr. Harthouse, that my wife is my junior.
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12 It was nearly a mile to the cottage, and Connie senior was well bored by Connie junior by the time the game-keeper's picturesque little home was in sight.
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13 He had a wife about fifteen years his junior, but no children; and they entered the neighbourhood with the usual fair report of being very respectable, agreeable people.
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14 His father died; the junior partner of the bank retired.
15 On the piteous spectacle of the pair spending their evenings in shorthand schools and polytechnic classes, learning bookkeeping and typewriting with incipient junior clerks, male and female, from the elementary schools, let me not dwell.