LISTS


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LISTSLocator and Information Tracking System
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In the centre of this vast assemblage the lists seemed but a narrow strip of green marked out with banners and streamers, while a gleam of white with a flutter of pennons at either end showed where the marquees were pitched which served as the dressing-rooms of the combatants.
The holders of the lists occupied the end which was nearest to the city gate.
From the entrance into the lists, a gently sloping passage, ten yards in breadth, led up to the platform on which the tents were pitched.
Vast as the show-grounds were, there were no vacant spaces in them outside of the lists, at ten o'clock on the morning of the 16th.
He asked Philip's name and looked at a list on the board.
Certainly,' Isaac List struck in, 'if this good lady as keeps the wax-works has money, and does keep it in a tin box when she goes to bed, and doesn't lock her door for fear of fire, it seems a easy thing; quite a Providence, I should call it--but then I've been religiously brought up.
When three weeks had gone by without the pass list appearing Anne began to feel that she really couldn't stand the strain much longer.
The very words at the top of the list show how little they knew of the truth 'Dead
This, in its turn, was succeeded by the list of the witnesses, and by the names of the jurors
and you get the grocery catalogue, George, and somebody give me a bit of pencil, and then I'll make out a list.
All this time the Queen had never left off staring at the Hatter, and, just as the Dormouse crossed the court, she said to one of the officers of the court, `Bring me the list of the singers in the last concert
So that the man who should, for instance, go openly and knowingly in opposition to all that list would to your thinking, and indeed mine, too, of course, be an obscurantist or an absolute madman: would not he?