1 In old days Stamford had never been a particular crony of mine, but now I hailed him with enthusiasm, and he, in his turn, appeared to be delighted to see me.
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2 In this particular corner of the room a large piece had peeled off, leaving a yellow square of coarse plastering.
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3 He took no particular notice of him, beyond thinking in his own mind that it was early for him to be at work.
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4 It was at this point that I asked Gregson whether he had enquired in his telegram to Cleveland as to any particular point in Mr. Drebber's former career.
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5 She addressed no one in particular.
6 I've something very private and particular to say to you.
7 It was land merely, no land in particular.
8 He was the usual cut-and-dry apothecary, of no particular age and colour, with a strong Edinburgh accent, and about as emotional as a bagpipe.
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9 He had a particular pride in the phrase eminently practical, which was considered to have a special application to him.
10 Time, with his innumerable horse-power, worked away, not minding what anybody said, and presently turned out young Thomas a foot taller than when his father had last taken particular notice of him.
11 He had no particular design or plan before him: no energetic wickedness ruffled his lassitude.
12 I have for some time had a particular wish to speak to you.
13 Mr. Gradgrind, it will be observed, being much softened, Mr. Bounderby took particular pains to harden himself at all points.
14 It was a fine sight, to behold the learned dog barking round it, and Mr. Sleary instructing him, with his one practicable eye, that Bitzer was the object of his particular attentions.
15 It is unnecessary to be particular on these subjects.