1 The cases of Dolsky in Odessa, and of Leturier in Montpellier, will occur at once to any toxicologist.
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2 Only after weeks of vain effort did the right idea occur to somebody-namely, to utilise the force of gravity.
3 We shall be finely helped, if the churl Saxons should have realized your Grace's vision, of converting feudal drawbridges into gibbets; and yonder bold-spirited Cedric seemeth one to whom such an imagination might occur.
4 It might occur to him that Mr. Crawford had been sitting by her long enough, or he might mean to recommend her as a wife by shewing her persuadableness.
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5 None such had occurred since his seeing her in her uncle's room, none such might occur again before his leaving Mansfield.
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6 Elizabeth could not conceive how such an absurd suspicion should occur to her, and indignantly answered for each party's perfectly knowing their situation.
7 Other opportunities of making her observations could not fail to occur.
8 A sudden recollection seemed to occur, and to give him some taste of that emotion which was reddening Anne's cheeks and fixing her eyes on the ground.
9 It did not occur to his mind that Eustacia's love signal to Wildeve was the tender effect upon the deserted beauty of the intelligence which her grandfather had brought home.
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10 Such sudden alternations from mental vacuity do sometimes occur thus quietly.
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11 Among the different possibilities as to the person's individuality there did not for a moment occur to Yeobright that it might be one of his own family.
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12 I have already arranged what is to occur.
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13 As a rule, when I have heard some slight indication of the course of events, I am able to guide myself by the thousands of other similar cases which occur to my memory.
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14 He would seize the coat, then, and be in the act of throwing it out, when it would occur to him that it would swim and not sink.
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15 There could be no doubt that, as it was a national possession, a horrible scandal would ensue if any misfortune should occur to it.
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