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Upon this latter date--acting on certain discoveries which were reported to me, and on my own examination of letters and other documents brought to my office--I made a criminal charge against the prisoner, and obtained a warrant for his apprehension.
There were three months yet before the university entrance examinations.
Oh, Diana, if only the geometry examination were over
I gave him a little brandy and left him collapsed in a chair, while I made a most careful examination of the room.
The second, to divide each of the difficulties under examination into as many parts as possible, and as might be necessary for its adequate solution.
When Monsieur Darzac had finished, I said: "The examination has not advanced the problem much.
In one hand the body grasped a heavy sack of coins, which later examination showed to be all of old Spanish mintage.
He had given the approaching examination as his excuse, but in point of fact he had been unwilling to leave London and Mildred.
We travelled up to London by the same train; but by the time I had managed to get through with my examination the ship had sailed on her next voyage without him, and, instead of joining her again, I went by request to see my old commander in his home.
The facts from which this conclusion is drawn, are derived partly from an examination of the room at the tavern; and partly from the evidence obtained at the Coroner's Inquest.
A microscopic examination for trichinae shall be made of all swine products exported to countries requiring such examination.
The objection, when applied to real property or to houses and lands, appears to have, at first sight, more foundation, but even in this view it will not bear a close examination.