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" complex sentence: The evening was far advanced. The squire would not permit us to change our traveling dresses. He ushered us at once to the company. The company was assembled in a hall. The hall was large and oldfashioned. 5. Correct the following sentences... "
American Education - Pagina 283
1906
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A Language Series: Book one-[two], Libro 2

Robert Comfort Metcalf, Augustine L. Rafter - 1910
...the squire came out to receive us. He was a fine, healthy-looking old gentleman, with silver hair. As the evening was far advanced, the squire would not permit us to change our traveling dress, but ushered us at once into the company, which was assembled in a large, old-fashioned hall....
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Old Christmas

Washington Irving - 1916 - 115 pagine
...discover a singular mixture of whim and benevolence. The family meeting was warm and affectionate: as the evening was far advanced, the squire would not permit us to change our travelling dresses, but ushered us at once to the company, which was assembled in a large old-fashioned...
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A First Book in English

Alfred Allan Kern, Stuart Grayson Noble - 1916 - 442 pagine
...discover a singular mixture of whim and benevolence. 10. The family meeting was warm and affectionate: as the evening was far advanced, the Squire would not permit us to change our travelling dresses, but ushered us at once to the company, which was assembled in a large old-fashioned...
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The Home and Country Readers: Book one-[four], Libro 3

Mary Augusta Laselle - 1918
...chaise, came bounding open-mouthed across the lawn. The family meeting was warm and affectionate; as the evening was far advanced, the Squire would not permit us to change our travelling clothes, but ushered us at once to the company, which was assembled in a large old-fashioned...
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Old Christmas and Bracebridge Hall: From the Sketch-book of Washington Irving

Washington Irving - 1919 - 284 pagine
...mixture of whim and benevolence. 1 See Note A, p. 81. The family meeting was warm and affectionate; as the evening was far advanced, the Squire would not permit us to change our travelling dresses, but ushered us at once to the company, which was assembled in a To the imminent...
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Model English ...

Francis Patrick Donnelly - 1920
...will be what the writer saw and what he imagined. Tl.ie family meeting was warm and affectionate. As the evening was far advanced, the squire would not permit us to charge our travelling dresses, but ushered us at once to the company, which was assembled in a large...
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History, Tales, and Sketches

Washington Irving - 1983 - 1126 pagine
...discover a singular mixture of whim and benevolence. The family meeting was warm and affectionate; as the evening was far advanced, the Squire would not permit us to change our travelling dresses, but ushered us at once to the company, which was assembled in a large old fashioned...
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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Other Stories: The Sketch Book of Geoffrey ...

Washington Irving, Haskell S. Springer - 1999 - 339 pagine
...discover a singular mixture of whim and benevolence. The family meeting was warm and affectionate; as the evening was far advanced, the Squire would not permit us to change our travelling dresses, but ushered us at once to the company, which was assembled in a large old fashioned...
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A Christmas Carol

Charles Dickens - 2003 - 239 pagine
...education of his illegitimate son, Philip Stanhope. The family meeting was warm and affectionate; as the evening was far advanced, the Squire would not permit us to change our travelling dresses, but ushered us at once to the company, which was assembled in a large oldfashioned...
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Old Christmas

Washington Irving - 2005 - 68 pagine
...the corners of the apartment were fowling-pieces, fishing-rods, and other sporting implements. The as the evening was far advanced, the squire would not permit us to change our travelling dresses, but ushered us at once to the company, which, was assembled in a large old-fashioned...
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