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said Tom, at last, when he thought matters were ripe to push such an inquiry.
1802, says that the common inquiry in the newly settled West was, "'From what part of the world have you come?
Every eye was fastened with severe inquiry upon Sir Kay.
There was an answering croak from a little distance in the wood--evidently a croak of inquiry.
Woodhouse came in, and very soon led to the subject again, by the recurrence of his very frequent inquiry of "Well, my dears, how does your book go on?
I am NOT going to write to my mother," replied Marianne, hastily, and as if wishing to avoid any farther inquiry.
The feeling implied in the errand of inquiry that had brought him to the house was the one betrayal of human sympathy which escaped the rugged, impenetrable old man.
Concerning Thought, we may assume what is said in the Rhetoric, to which inquiry the subject more strictly belongs.
Monsieur de Treville," said the cardinal, with the greatest phlegm, "does not tell your Majesty that this innocent Musketeer, this gallant man, had only an hour before attacked, sword in hand, four commissaries of inquiry, who were delegated by myself to examine into an affair of the highest importance.
They saw much to interest, but nothing to justify inquiry.
After all which, the tutors, or servants, ought to make diligent inquiry.
The fellow had evidently made inquiry and found that only two lives intervened between him and a valuable estate.