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BATCHBatch Procedure Manager
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The bridesmaids' eight bouquets of white lilac and lilies-of-the-valley had been sent in due time, as well as the gold and sapphire sleeve-links of the eight ushers and the best man's cat's-eye scarf-pin; Archer had sat up half the night trying to vary the wording of his thanks for the last batch of presents from men friends and ex-lady-loves; the fees for the Bishop and the Rector were safely in the pocket of his best man; his own luggage was already at Mrs.
Jellyby, for Caddy was kissing her, "don't delay me in my work, but let me clear off this heavy batch of papers before the afternoon post comes in
You brought out a book which had cost you years of thought and labour; it was given two or three contemptuous lines among a batch of similar volumes, twenty or thirty copies were sold, and the rest of the edition was pulped.
A reference to his books showed that hundreds of casts had been taken from a marble copy of Devine's head of Napoleon, but that the three which had been sent to Morse Hudson a year or so before had been half of a batch of six, the other three being sent to Harding Brothers, of Kensington.
The first batch of aeronauts had probably been under the impression that the city was deserted.
Considering the last batch," said Helen, "you deserve beating.
Pipt set to work to make a new batch of his magic powder.
The first batch contained six letters, from Jane Andrews, Ruby Gillis, Diana Barry, Marilla, Mrs.
The seventh man of the last batch of runaways had been caught and was even then at the gate.
That's why he wants to sign on a new batch of boys with us, and I'll bet he's hoping half of them die so's he can have the spending of their wages.
As none of them seemed looking for any one, he did not accost them, but eyed each new batch with the air of a martyr.
Aunt Plenty said it was the pills; but, as no second batch had ever followed the first, I think the old lady was mistaken.