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  • Then he told me something I did not know: 'And quite a few times in bullfight history sorne matador just watching in the stands has stepped in, with no cape, to handle a bull who has leaped in among the crowd.

    Mexico

  • By the time Kim had learned sorne of the duties of a body servant we had reached Port Natal.

    The Secrets of the German War Office

  • Government service too requires sorne 400,000 more than in 1939.

    The Progress and Prospects in Britain

  • In addition to this policy of rehabilitation, new equipment has been built, sorne specially designed by the Canadian National to meet wartime requirements.

    The Railway At War

  • But I was in no hurry to put this into his head so long as there seemed any possibility of sorne kind of peace being established.

    The Private Life of Henry Maitland

  • The first hour or so of the march was generally quite orderly, the men preserving their places in ranks and marching in solid columns; but soon sorne lively fellow whistles an air, somebody else starts a song, the whole column breaks out with roars of laughter; route step takes the place of order, and the jolly singing, laughing, talking, and joking that follows no one could describe.

    The Romance of the Civil War

  • To _sorne_, in Scotland, is to exact free quarters against the will of the landlord.

    The Monastery

  • Shouldn’t see have some kind of say in the matter? sorne Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Yes, Hypocrisy Matters

  • “True,” thought he, “I may fairly claim sorne consideration from the Colonel for preserving the lives of his children and for restoring them to his embrace in safety and in honour.

    Ralph Rashleigh

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