1 Sir John and I will unpack the hampers, here where the grass is burnt, where we had the picnic last year.
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2 'But, however,' said the beadle, stopping to unpack his bundle, 'these are official secrets, ma'am; not to be spoken of; except, as I may say, among the porochial officers, such as ourselves.'
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3 It has become known that we have never had occasion to unpack the money, and that it is still lying in our cellar.
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4 The woman came up the three steps to the tailor with her heavy basket, and he made her unpack all the pots for him.
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5 Marianne's pianoforte was unpacked and properly disposed of; and Elinor's drawings were affixed to the walls of their sitting room.
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6 We all unpacked our baskets, and employed ourselves in getting dinner ready.
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7 She ordered supper to be brought, herself unpacked their things, and herself helped to make the beds, and did not even forget to sprinkle them with Persian powder.
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8 Levin came upon Veslovsky at the moment when the latter, having unpacked his things from his trunk, and laid out some new songs, was putting on his gaiters to go out riding.
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9 We rested, unpacked, and shopped a little between the showers.
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10 "THE Clarks have invited some folks to their house to meet us, tonight," said Kennicott, as he unpacked his suit-case.
11 I have unpacked it and put it in the room next to your own.
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12 For a day or two we were busily employed in unpacking and laying out our property to the best advantage.
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13 On reaching the house he went up to the room which was to be made his study, and occupied himself during the evening in unpacking his books from the boxes and arranging them on shelves.
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14 She made a pretense of busying herself with unpacking.
15 This active old servant was unpacking the traveler's canteen and preparing tea.
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