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To what destination I am to betake myself is naturally the next question that arises, and this also I easily decide.
When the man makes his appearance to take his orders for the night, I tell him to wake me at six the next morning, and release him from further attendance.
I shall catch the next train, and set Arnold Brinkworth's mind quite at ease.
Now they were all beautiful, and all exactly alike: but he was told that the eldest had eaten a piece of sugar, the next some sweet syrup, and the youngest a spoonful of honey; so he was to guess which it was that had eaten the honey.
Anyhow, decide as soon as you can and write me, so that Aunt Jamesina will know what plans to make for next year.
And exams are over and gone -- the time of Convocation will come soon -- next Wednesday.
A waiter had brought the rough pencil draft of the Home Restaurant's next day fare in old Schulenberg's angular hand.
For she had received no letter from Walter in two weeks, and the next item on the bill of fare was dandelions--dandelions with some kind of egg--but bother the egg
At a quarter to seven the next morning, he got up; his wife being still asleep.
The next day she proceeded to the Asylum, which was situated not far from London on the northern side of the metropolis.
When they were within a dozen paces of each other, one of the women stopped for an instant, looked eagerly at the strange lady, shook off the nurse's grasp on her, and the next moment rushed into Miss Halcombe's arms.
If you do not, I'll sail for South America the next morning, and many a long year will pass ere Kenneth MacNair comes home again.
The next moment she heard the door locked behind her.
An Inventory of papers, documents, and articles followed at great length on the next three pages.
With no counsel to take, the next day, I was full of distress; and it finally got so the better of me that I determined to open myself at least to Mrs.