1 The Bishop did not omit his pastoral visits because he had converted his carriage into alms.
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2 One detail, which we must not omit, is that he possessed a physical strength which was not approached by a single one of the denizens of the galleys.
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3 Of whatever nature this dream may be, the history of this night would be incomplete if we were to omit it: it is the gloomy adventure of an ailing soul.
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4 Eponine and Azelma had taken care not to omit this, and each of them had set one of her shoes on the hearth.
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5 They throw themselves on one side, they omit themselves, they think not of themselves.
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6 One other example bearing on the same subject I must not omit.
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7 Other instances might be cited, which, not to be tedious, I shall omit, and mention only a circumstance which Titus Livius tells us preceded the invasion of the Gauls.
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8 Here I must not omit to notice the device practised by Fabius to give his army confidence, when he led it for the first time into Etruria.
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9 For in the state of nature, to omit the liberty he has of innocent delights, a man has two powers.
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10 When the invitation came to me, there was not one word of intimation as to what I should say or as to what I should omit.
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11 I should be greatly to blame if I were to omit that, as soon as Manilov had pronounced these words, the face of his guest became replete with satisfaction.
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12 Boris rose to meet Rostov, but in doing so did not omit to steady and replace some chessmen that were falling.
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13 When he spoke of the execution he wanted to pass over the horrible details, but Natasha insisted that he should not omit anything.
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14 He did not omit to avail himself of the opportunity, cautiously and briefly; too cautiously to betray his presence by the slightest noise.
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15 I did not omit even our sports and pastimes, or any other particular which I thought might redound to the honour of my country.
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