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  • Into a dozen articles is the venom inserted. (16)
  • Articles on subjects mentioned in this and following lessons. (3)
  • Articles on the Organ, and Organists mentioned in this lesson. (3)
  • Of all these articles we found the rubber ones alone to be of no real use. (20)
  • Behind him the humble-men pass, embracing busts and other articles of vertu. (8)
  • Slyly, subtly, and ofttimes openly do news articles point the obvious moral. (16)
  • Grove.—Dictionary of Music and Musicians, articles on the various instruments. (3)
  • His mind was greatly agitated, and he put his hand to the articles of surrender. (19)
  • Grove.—Dictionary of Music and Musicians, articles on Palestrina and the Madrigal. (3)
  • Grove.—Dictionary of Music and Musicians, articles on the singers mentioned in this lesson. (3)
  • Publishers of magazines lament that readers do not care for articles on literary subjects. (16)
  • Machinery, coal, bar and sheet iron, and articles of clothing form the bulk of the imports. (20)
  • The outlay for hats, boots, and other articles of attire for the army is heavy and ceaseless. (21)
  • He did not so much write articles upon the health of his mistress as deliver Orphic sentences. (10)
  • I had been disappointed in three body articles by Bigelow, Poole, and Willard (on von Bismarck). (14)
  • The tendency, too, is enhanced by the articles under which the Associated Press is incorporated. (16)
  • Grove.—Dictionary of Music and Musicians, articles on Oratorio and on composers named in this lesson. (3)
  • I. Grove.—Dictionary of Music and Musicians, articles on Harmony, Schools of Composition, and Organum. (3)
  • His clothes and linen, his cravats and jewels and toilet articles are largely still here where I live alone. (12)
  • Grove.—Dictionary of Music and Musicians, articles on Pianoforte Playing and players mentioned in this lesson. (3)
  • Grove.—Dictionary of Music and Musicians, articles on the Clavichord, Virginal, Spinet, Harpsichord, Pianoforte. (3)
  • Mr. Joel Chandler Harris, when not writing Uncle Remus, writes political articles in a leading Southern journal. (9)
  • Burnamy laid down three or four papers opened to pages where certain articles were strongly circumscribed in ink. (9)
  • I groped and groped among the tumbled articles, and, while I was thus groping, suddenly I touched the spirit-lamp. (2)
  • Near the church the men gathered in silence to listen to the crier, who was announcing various articles for sale. (20)
  • Dacier was due at a house and could not wait: he said, rather sharply, he was not responsible for newspaper articles. (10)
  • If it exist, it will be in a modified form, devoted chiefly to readable articles of a literary rather than of a news value. (16)
  • These necessary articles of clothing seemed to her rather accidental aspects of humanity in the confusing fortunes of life. (13)
  • Grove.—Dictionary of Music and Musicians, articles on Violin Playing, Sonata, Concerto, and players mentioned in this lesson. (3)
  • The Egyptians believed that articles of necessity to the living being were necessary to the individual in a future existence. (3)
  • For an hour they examined the articles she had bought, and the architect was sufficiently approving to satisfy Mrs. Phillips. (13)
  • She seized another sheet, and saw the same articles with little variation; a third, a fourth, and a fifth presented nothing new. (4)
  • We trimmed our canoes with unusual care, tested our paddles, stowed away all loose articles, and put everything in fighting trim. (20)
  • But, trust me, my dear, bad news is best communicated by telegraph, which gives us no stupid articles and particles to quarrel with. (10)
  • These articles, corresponding, as far as a monthly could parallel a daily, to the leader of a journal, were usually one to a number. (14)
  • The apparently medicinal articles of attire were obtained from Aunt Anne, without a word of speech on the part of that pale spinster. (10)
  • The apparently medicinal articles of attire were obtained from Aunt Anne, without a word of speech on the part of that pale spinster. (22)
  • Timidly the Countess inspected the furniture of the apartment, taking chills at the dingy articles she saw, in the midst of her heat. (10)
  • While untold thousands of impossible articles drift about the editorial offices, these editors are looking for what they cannot often describe. (16)
  • Stoller read the articles, one after another, with parted lips and gathering drops of perspiration on his upper lip, while Burnamy waited on foot. (9)
  • The ridiculous balance made him wilfully oblivious that he had seen his name of late eulogized in articles and in books for the right martial qualities. (10)
  • The editorial articles seem to have offered them few attractions, but news items of one sort or another engaged seventy-five per cent of their attention. (16)
  • The lightest and slightest articles float loosely about the door, or are interwoven in a kind of fabric just within, and curtaining the ponderous mass behind. (9)
  • Grove.—Dictionary of Music and Musicians, articles on the Orchestra and the various instruments used, the Sonata, Symphony, Overture, Suite, etc., and Sonata-Form. (3)
  • His articles on Schubert, Mendelssohn, Gade, Chopin, Berlioz, Liszt, Brahms and others formed a new epoch in musical criticism, and helped the cause of Romanticism immeasurably. (3)

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