“Those two weeks that you wait it out are consequential for a whole number of people,” he said.
The whole number of British troops then in the colony was under two thousand four hundred men.
Not one of the whole number appeals by look or gesture, to the pity of the people.
For the whole number that marched were no less one with another than 40,000 men.
In a trial of twenty-eight cows, it proved correct in the whole number.
The whole number killed was between thirteen and fourteen hundred.
Twelve lines, or three fourths of the whole number, are "run-on."
Out of the whole number he in a short time selected one and dismissed the rest.
The whole number of his army must have amounted to not much less than 9,000 men.
Three states, one third of the whole number required, had ratified almost at the same moment.
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