1 And it had suddenly occurred to her that Rosedale, who had surprised Trenor's confidence, was the fitting person to receive and transmit her version of the facts.
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2 She paused again, trying to transmit to her voice the steadiness of her recovered smile.
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3 de Treville--a request which the other, with an air of protection, promised to transmit in due season.
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4 Although she cried freely before deciding to transmit the letter to her mistress, she did at last so decide, which was all d'Artagnan wished.
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5 There are small lateral columns of water outside which receive the force, and which transmit and multiply it in the manner which is familiar to you.
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6 As soon as Gaetano had transmitted this answer, the sentinel gave an order to one of the men seated round the fire, who rose and disappeared among the rocks.
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7 Montalivet, transmitted to the prefect of Bayonne, mystified by two Greek words, tele, graphein.
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8 As to the left-hand one, he conscientiously repeated the same signals, which were finally transmitted to the Minister of the Interior.
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9 There was in Lily a vein of sentiment, perhaps transmitted from this source, which gave an idealizing touch to her most prosaic purposes.
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10 Your Kentuckian of the present day is a good illustration of the doctrine of transmitted instincts and peculiarities.
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11 This woman in turn transmitted the note to another woman of her acquaintance, a certain Magnon, who was strongly suspected by the police, though not yet arrested.
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12 There are many thanks to be offered to you, and to be transmitted to you.
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13 The Kellynch estate should be transmitted whole and entire, as he had received it.
14 Interrupting one another, they all gave, and transmitted, orders as to how to proceed, reprimanding and reproaching him.
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15 The moccoletto is like life: man has found but one means of transmitting it, and that one comes from God.
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