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I was also aware that being a green hand at whaling, my own lay would not be very large; but considering that I was used to the sea, could steer a ship, splice a rope, and all that, I made no doubt that from all I had heard I should be offered at least the 275th lay --that is, the 275th part of the clear nett proceeds of the voyage, whatever that might eventually amount to.
Lecount knew anything of her sister -- I suppose because she was aware you had been at Aldborough.
New York is more deeply interested in these considerations than such of her citizens as contend for limiting the power of the Union to external taxation may be aware of.
You are of course aware that every Man has two mouths or voices -- as well as two eyes -- a bass at one and a tenor at the other of his extremities.
No one that we are aware of,' ran the article, 'had consulted Mr.
He was so engrossed in his occupation that he was not aware of a lull.
But, Monsieur Louvieres, are you aware that it is simply civil war you are proposing to me?
I am aware that there has been sometimes, in some points, a misplaced distinction; but I think too well of you, Fanny, to suppose you will ever harbour resentment on that account.
Although she knew well that I was aware of a certain circumstance in her life of something which might one day cause her trouble, she would speak to me about her affairs (whenever she had need of me for a given end) as though I were a slave or a passing acquaintance--yet tell them me only in so far as one would need to know them if one were going to be made temporary use of.
We are very well aware of that, since nothing but the square itself has been left for us.
The place was there more subdivided; a large "extension" in particular, where small rooms for servants had been multiplied, abounded in nooks and corners, in closets and passages, in the ramifications especially of an ample back staircase over which he leaned, many a time, to look far down - not deterred from his gravity even while aware that he might, for a spectator, have figured some solemn simpleton playing at hide-and-seek.
I am aware how dreadfully angry it will make mamma, but I remember the risk.
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