1 And finally she decided that, because he had little to do besides gamble and had few enough nice friends in Atlanta, he sought her out solely for companionship's sake.
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2 He had married her solely because he wanted her and couldn't get her any other way.
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3 Steering now south-eastward by Ahab's levelled steel, and her progress solely determined by Ahab's level log and line; the Pequod held on her path towards the Equator.
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4 That Jurgis did not starve to death was due solely to the pittance the children brought him.
5 Both mused a little while in silence, when Montcalm renewed the conversation, in a way that showed he believed the visit of his guest was solely to propose terms of capitulation.
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6 It was silent and gloomy, being tenanted solely by the captive, and lighted by the dying embers of a fire, which had been used for the purposed of cookery.
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7 It rested solely with the oldest and most experienced of the men to lay the subject of the conference before the people.
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8 Indeed, he advised me to complete thoughtlessness of the future, and taught me to depend solely upon him for happiness.
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9 On the contrary, they talked solely of extraneous subjects.
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10 It was, in fact, solely to meet Prince Vasili that she had obtained an invitation to Anna Pavlovna's reception and had sat listening to the vicomte's story.
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11 Our aim is no longer, as it should be, to avoid or attack the enemy, but solely to avoid General Buxhowden who by right of seniority should be our chief.
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12 He saw in him a remarkable, clear-thinking man of vast intellect who by his energy and persistence had attained power, which he was using solely for the welfare of Russia.
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13 Others consisted solely of Cossack cavalry.
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14 In their narration events occur solely by the will of a Napoleon, and Alexander, or in general of the persons they describe.
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15 All the contradictions and obscurities of history and the false path historical science has followed are due solely to the lack of a solution of that question.
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