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Had it been that she had surrendered to her father's wishes because of pique that the handsome Heliumite had not taken advantage of his visits to her father's court to push the suit for her hand that she had been quite sure he had contemplated since that distant day the two had sat together upon the carved seat within the gorgeous Garden of the Jeddaks that graced the inner courtyard of the palace of Salensus Oll at Kadabra?
A moment later she heard the boom of the old brass six pounder which for many years had graced the Ithaca's stern.
No woman graced the castle of Torn nor had the boy, within his memory, ever known a mother.
A pair of magnificent boar tusks graced the chest of one.
And as he looked at the row of volumes that graced the upper shelf of his revolving book-case, his volumes, beginning with his Thesis and ending with Women and Work, he decided that that was the world he would hold to and stick by.
In a few minutes the contents of that letter graced the expanse usually sacred to more prosaic compositions.
Here rose in crumbling grandeur the first evidences I had seen of the ancient civilization which once had graced fair Albion--a single, time-worn arch of masonry.