1 There also the family idled while Ellen's quill scratched across her ledgers.
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2 Surely, when she entered that room, Mother would again be sitting there before the secretary and would look up, quill poised, and rise with sweet fragrance and rustling hoops to meet her tired daughter.
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3 "The war is over," she thought and suddenly she dropped the quill as a wild happiness flooded her.
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4 She picked up her quill to resume her writing but laid it down when she heard Will coming in at the back door.
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5 The front door opened and the counter boy entered, picking his teeth with a quill.
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6 The ear has no external leaf whatever; and into the hole itself you can hardly insert a quill, so wondrously minute is it.
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7 They are to be recognized by the quill pens which they wear in the cord of their hat.
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8 "Give me paper, a quill, and some ink, then," said the cardinal.
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9 "Yes, sir, I know it," replied the duke, dipping the quill in the ink.
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10 He took a quill, wrote the name of d'Artagnan in the commission, and returned it to him.
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11 There was another old woman watching by the bed; the parish apothecary's apprentice was standing by the fire, making a toothpick out of a quill.
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12 "I've swallered several; and one had a tolerable quill," said Sam placidly from the corner.
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13 I rejoice, however, to perceive that he wrote with a broad-pointed quill pen, and I can hardly doubt that we will find some impression upon this blotting-pad.
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14 "One would have thought quill drivers enough had sprung up," remarked the old prince.
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15 Every word of Pierre's burned into his heart, and with a nervous movement of his fingers he unconsciously broke the sealing wax and quill pens his hands came upon on his uncle's table.
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