She convinced herself of that in more ways than one.
But he had also been in more than usual high spirits.
We then steamed into the bank and took in more prisoners.
His very actions betray it in more ways than one.
It had been a momentous year for him in more ways than one.
And keeping open to it in more than any one relationship.
But it was not an agreeable meal in more ways than one.
Dara was behind the times in more ways than one.
Sauces may be useful in more ways than one.
It hurts her in more ways than you can ever suspect.
He had never shone in more noble beauty.
And he was greatly changed in more ways than one.
The windows face in more than one direction.
Julius, fetch in more candles.
Stubbs jumped at the sound and looked in more closely.
Never was man placed in moreterrible straits than this.
It was a genial atmosphere in more ways than one.
Why did the bullets spare me in more than twenty battles?
The others followed in more leisurely fashion.
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