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By an accurate measurement, each limb proved to be precisely three inches and a quarter in length.
The inscription upon the petticoat was, to be quite accurate,
This was not the map we found in Billy Bones's chest, but an accurate copy, complete in all things--names and heights and soundings--with the single exception of the red crosses and the written notes.
Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that he never sought to free himself from it.
We were accompanied by a music which I do not know: it was behind the wall and wonderfully accurate.
These accurate instruments, it believed, could never be displaced by such a scientific oddity as the telephone.
Yet the theoretic principles, as they were drawn into discussion, could not fail to arrest their attention, and must have assisted them to form accurate ideas concerning the origin and extent of authority among men, independent of positive institutions.
This gave great satisfaction to the curate and the barber, for they concluded they had taken the right course in carrying him off enchanted on the ox-cart, as has been described in the First Part of this great as well as accurate history, in the last chapter thereof.
A distinction, more subtle than accurate, has been raised between a CONFEDERACY and a CONSOLIDATION of the States.
That, in the course of the time they passed together in inquiring into and discussing the true interests of their country, they must have acquired very accurate knowledge on that head.
To those who have been led by experience to attend to this consideration, it could not appear surprising, that the act of the convention, which recommends so many important changes and innovations, which may be viewed in so many lights and relations, and which touches the springs of so many passions and interests, should find or excite dispositions unfriendly, both on one side and on the other, to a fair discussion and accurate judgment of its merits.
Written 18 July, things so strange happening, that I shall keep accurate note henceforth till we land.
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