1 If any young man ventured to pronounce an eulogium on the Republic in his presence, he turned purple and grew so angry that he was on the point of swooning.
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2 You can, at will, pronounce O and P or Orestes and Pylades.
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3 It is a bad moment to pronounce the word love.
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4 The bravest hesitated to pronounce his own condemnation.
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5 For our own part, we never pronounce those words without pain and without respect, for when philosophy fathoms the facts to which they correspond, it often finds many a grandeur beside these miseries.
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6 He could not manage to pronounce his Ds.
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7 After the fever and delirium had left him, he did not again pronounce her name, and it might have been supposed that he no longer thought of her.
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8 Gentlemen," said Jussac, "it is with great regret that I pronounce the thing impossible.
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9 Comrades, here and now I pronounce the death sentence upon Snowball.
10 The audience were too much interested in the question not to pronounce the Prince's assumed right altogether indubitable.
11 The Grand Master had collected the suffrages, and now in a solemn tone demanded of Rebecca what she had to say against the sentence of condemnation, which he was about to pronounce.
12 Yet this demure affectation of extreme penitence was whimsically belied by a ludicrous meaning which lurked in his huge features, and seemed to pronounce his fear and repentance alike hypocritical.
13 'The magistrates are not called upon to pronounce any opinion on the matter,' said the second old gentleman sharply.
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14 To complain of cold in sitting out of doors, hatless and coatless, while Fairway told true stories between the cuts of the scissors, would have been to pronounce yourself no man at once.
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15 I found the ash of a cigar, which my special knowledge of tobacco ashes enables me to pronounce as an Indian cigar.
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