1 When left to himself, however, he would seldom produce any music or attempt any recognized air.
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2 She knew what results in work a given number of them would produce in a given space of time.
3 I have heard him on such occasions produce sounds of a nature similar to what may be sometimes heard in Dutch clocks.
4 The warm and impassioned exhortations of Cedric had as little effect upon his impassive temper, as red-hot balls alighting in the water, which produce a little sound and smoke, and are instantly extinguished.
5 It remained that the Jew should produce some security for the ransom which he was to pay on the Prior's account, as well as upon his own.
6 It is safe with me," said the Outlaw, "so be that this thy scroll produce the sum therein nominated and set down.
7 And he wanted Clifford to marry and produce an heir.
8 He was a sandola man, a sandola being a big boat that brings in fruit and produce from the islands.
9 There was never much laughing in his presence; or, if there is any difference, it is not more, I think, than such an absence has a tendency to produce at first.
10 I exclude extremes, of course; and a very close resemblance in all those points would be the likeliest way to produce an extreme.
11 Edmund did not discern any symptoms of regret, and thought his father a little unreasonable in supposing the first three or four days could produce any.
12 It cannot be expected that this system of farming would produce any very extraordinary or luxuriant crop.
13 The tone of forced gaiety in which the last words were spoken, seemed to produce a deeper impression on Sikes than the wild and rigid look which had preceded them.
14 I cannot produce written proof again, but I can give as authentic oral testimony as you can desire, of what he is now wanting, and what he is now doing.
15 Should there be a classic period to art hereafter, its Pheidias may produce such faces.
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