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  • He named it. (10)
  • Could it be named? (10)
  • Anne named them all. (4)
  • I have not named her. (10)
  • She named one or two. (10)
  • He named a French ballad. (10)
  • Chloe named certain composing books. (10)
  • He named as many as were known to him. (10)
  • She named the bedchamber to a footman. (10)
  • It was one, neatly named to fit the place. (10)
  • You named a warrant; that set me up to it. (10)
  • You named a warrant; that set me up to it. (22)
  • Wilfrid considered, and named Wilming Weir. (10)
  • A youth so named could hardly turn out otherwise. (8)
  • Pole did not hear aright when he heard it named. (10)
  • The furnishings belong to a widow named Spindler. (12)
  • She was the daughter of a stone-mason named Pratti. (12)
  • There was a London publisher named John Camden Hotten. (7)
  • Amateurs, they are not to be named: perfect musicians. (10)
  • Of these was a wounded militiaman, named James Secord. (19)
  • The great mine was named, and the rush for allotments. (10)
  • Wilmers named the owner of the longest nose in Europe. (10)
  • When she was leaving he named a day for calling to see her. (10)
  • He took a room in Demminer Street with a grocer named Kahle. (12)
  • He had a servant, a Luganese, named Dominique, devoted to him. (8)
  • You have my commands to quit this house, at the hour named, this day. (10)
  • Janet named a famous admiral, kindling as a fiery beacon to our blood. (10)
  • He drew on his gloves, and named the place whither he was going, aloud. (10)
  • One day he made the acquaintance of a technical expert named Schlehdorn. (12)
  • Armandine was thirteen minutes, by his watch, behind the time she had named. (10)
  • She, at his urgent request, named her train for London in the early morning. (10)
  • They asked me where I was going, and named places to me: I did not know one. (10)
  • And she began at once to talk of the puppies, whom she had named Don and Doff. (8)
  • Nothing did occur, unless the arrival of Mr. Weyburn was to be named an event. (10)
  • The exhaustion ensuing we named tranquillity, and hoped that it would bear fruit. (10)
  • I happened by the blessing of Providence to be by when he named her publicly jilt. (10)
  • In return, the hour of dinner was ceremoniously named to me: ceremony damped the air. (10)
  • It was Poutraincourt who named the place where he wished to found a colony Port Royal. (19)
  • Had he done ill or well for himself and for her when he named the shadow on her parents? (10)
  • And he named with his boyish pride The heroes, the noble throng Past Acheron now, foul tide! (10)
  • It was sent by a Cayugan chief to a famous English trader and colonist named William Johnson. (19)
  • Charnisay in his day had had many dealings with a certain merchant of Rochelle named Le Borgne. (19)
  • In the French service there was a captain named Célèron, a Chevalier of the Order of St. Louis. (19)
  • I am not sure that any other elector was named who might be expected to take this responsibility. (14)
  • A young midshipman there was, named Jervis, who became the great English Admiral Earl St. Vincent. (19)
  • The mention of the widow singularly offended him, notwithstanding the high rank of the lady named. (10)
  • Two Frenchmen named Godefroy and François Margerie were captured and dragged away to their lodges. (19)
  • The chief promoter was a German, named Graupner, who came to the city named, in 1798. (3)
  • We exonerated the captain from blame, excused him for his error, named the case a mistake on both sides. (10)
  • They were named the soprano or discant viol (violetta), the alto and tenor viols, and the bass viol (gamba). (3)
  • For his lieutenants the leader chose the three sons of a nobleman of New {115} France named Charles le Moine. (19)
  • I named them occasionally out of compassion, and to please my father, who said that they ought to have a turn. (10)
  • Total Repeal was named; the precise date when the Minister intended calling Parliament together to propose it. (10)
  • The destination named, he nodded alertly he had driven gentlemen there at night from the House of Commons, he said. (10)
  • And he and a skunk named Woldemar promised to take him to an opium den that was, they told him, just like heaven on earth. (12)
  • Here dwelt a friendly Algonquin chief named Tessouat, who received the Frenchmen hospitably and invited them to a banquet. (19)
  • The detestable imputation of jealousy would be confirmed if she mentioned a name: and indeed Laetitia was not to be named. (10)
  • He named the beverage; a pint-bottle of ale; and laughed, as a royal economist may, who punishes himself to please himself. (10)
  • He named the beverage; a pint-bottle of ale; and laughed, as a royal economist may, who punishes himself to please himself. (22)
  • The leader of the expedition, a courageous and witty scholar named Andrei Gabrilovitch Yaminsky, was accused of open robbery. (12)
  • And in my turn I named the modest hotel where we were, and said that I thought it by all odds the pleasantest place in Saratoga. (9)
  • And Henrietta might be at home, he was reminded by hearing band-music as he followed the directions to the house named Stoneridge. (10)
  • The extension of the period named for quitting England made it more imminent m her imagination than when it was a matter of hours. (10)
  • He again took the lead to the cottage, where the agent, a tall man named Oliver, with a heavy face and grizzled beard, welcomed them. (8)
  • He pressed on, passed the Rideau (Curtain) Falls, so named because of the resemblance of this sheet of water to a great white curtain. (19)
  • In the English part of Canada, the Upper Provinces, the revolutionaries were led by a rash and impulsive Scotchmen named William Mackenzie. (19)
  • The sister of Mrs. Pollington, an amiable widow, relict of a large City warehouse, named Barcop, was chilled by a falling off in his attentions. (10)
  • Hélène, one of the three sons of the brave Canadian named Le Moine, and after incredible hardships reached the village of Schenectady, on the Hudson. (19)
  • When they named it, there stepped forth a porter of an incredibly cordial and pleasant countenance, who took their travelling-bags, and led them to the omnibus. (9)

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