1 He had a military carriage, however, and regulation side whiskers.
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2 And while their manners were thus the subject of sarcastic observation, the untaught Saxons unwittingly transgressed several of the arbitrary rules established for the regulation of society.
3 No, in her uncle's house there would have been a consideration of times and seasons, a regulation of subject, a propriety, an attention towards everybody which there was not here.
4 The same remark he considered to apply to the regulation mode of cutting the hair: which he held to be decidedly unlawful.
5 To dance with a man is to concentrate a twelvemonth's regulation fire upon him in the fragment of an hour.
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6 It flew some colors which procured for it the regulation salute of eleven guns, which it returned, shot for shot; total, twenty-two.
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7 The gates of the Paris cemeteries closed, at that epoch, at sundown, and this being a municipal regulation, the Vaugirard cemetery was bound by it like the rest.
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8 Lieutenant Theodule stood before her, making the regulation salute.
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9 Fourthly: it is inexplicable why the special regulation of the prison.
10 But the sea in those old times heaved, swelled, and foamed very much at its own will, or subject only to the tempestuous wind, with hardly any attempts at regulation by human law.
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11 'Your regulation is rather awkward to strangers,' said Miss Murdstone.
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12 Two hours she devoted to her diary; two to working by herself in the kitchen-garden; and one to the regulation of her accounts.
13 It was a small group still, with heterogeneous figures suspended in large unpeopled spaces; but Lily did not take long to learn that its regulation was no longer in Mr. Stancy's hands.
14 He has regulated all his charities.
Les Misérables (V1) By Victor HugoContext Highlight In BOOK 1: CHAPTER II—M. MYRIEL BECOMES M. WELCOME
15 , regulated the Temple, preached the crusade, performed two hundred and fifty miracles during his lifetime, and as many as thirty-nine in one day.
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