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AUTOAutomobile
AUTOAutomatic
AUTOAutomotive
AUTOAutograph
AUTOAssociation of Ugandan Tour Operators
AUTOAcorn User Treffen Ost (German: Acorn User Meetings East)
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That Tennessee village would set up a monument to Billings, then, and his autograph would outsell Satan's.
This autograph consists of the delicate lines or corrugations with which Nature marks the insides of the hands and the soles of the feet.
I only show it to you as an interesting historical document, containing the autographs of a few artists and poets.
Thank you, sir," he said at last, returning both; "it's a very interesting autograph.
The famous Smith-Mortimer succession case comes also within this period, and so does the tracking and arrest of Huret, the Boulevard assassin--an exploit which won for Holmes an autograph letter of thanks from the French President and the Order of the Legion of Honour.
I received from him the following autograph reply:--
The letter was an autograph one of a few lines only, and dated from a village in the North of France--
Cecily's tears had been dropping on the autograph quilt square she was faithfully embroidering.
Nor were these the only tokens of extraordinary success; for, on the succeeding Saturday, Nicholas received, by favour of the indefatigable Mrs Grudden, no less a sum than thirty shillings; besides which substantial reward, he enjoyed considerable fame and honour: having a presentation copy of Mr Curdle's pamphlet forwarded to the theatre, with that gentleman's own autograph (in itself an inestimable treasure) on the fly-leaf, accompanied with a note, containing many expressions of approval, and an unsolicited assurance that Mr Curdle would be very happy to read Shakespeare to him for three hours every morning before breakfast during his stay in the town.
In Miss Jemima's eyes an autograph letter of her sister, Miss Pinkerton, was an object of as deep veneration as would have been a letter from a sovereign.
The note inside was an autograph of Councillor Mikulin.
As we were passing through a gallery on our way out, a well-dressed lady, of quiet and composed manners, came up, and proffering a slip of paper and a pen, begged that I would oblige her with an autograph, I complied, and we parted.