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The Great Gatsby
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  • The police ... supposed that he spent that time going from garage to garage thereabout, inquiring for a yellow car.
  • "Is something happening? " I inquired innocently.
  • "Who oughtn’t to?" inquired Daisy coldly.
  • "Do you live down on Long Island, too? " she inquired.
  • "Do you come to these parties often? " inquired Jordan of the girl beside her.
  • "Who doesn’t?" I inquired.
  • "Miss Baker?" he inquired.
  • Wha’s matter?" he inquired calmly.
  • "What part of the Middle West?" I inquired casually.
  • "What was that?" I inquired.
  • "What?" I inquired politely.
  • "Have you known Gatsby for a long time?" I inquired.
  • "What grass?" he inquired blankly.
  • "Did we interrupt your exercises?" inquired Daisy politely.
  • "Anything to say about what?" inquired Gatsby politely.
  • "Where’d you hear that?" I inquired.
  • "Going away?" I inquired.
  • "And Mr. Thomas Buchanan, the athlete?" I inquired.
  • "Do you mean you’ve been to a medium?" inquired Jordan humorously.
  • "How do you like this one?" inquired Tom.
  • "What are you doing?" I inquired.
  • "Who was the woman?" he inquired.
  • "This?" he inquired, holding it up.
  • "Did you start him in business?" I inquired.
  • "Are you a college man?" he inquired suddenly.
  • "Tom," I inquired, "what did you say to Wilson that afternoon?"
  • "Having a gay time now?" she inquired.

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  • Students should contact our office to inquire about scholarship opportunities.
  • I am here to inquire about the job.

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