- Every one now sat down, Mr. Bulstrode presiding, pale and self-restrained as usual.
- So Miss Brooke presided in her uncle’s household, and did not at all dislike her new authority, with the homage that belonged to it.
- Still, you see, he spent his evenings at the Vincys’, where the matron, though less of a lady, presided over a well-lit drawing-room and whist.
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Albert Camus -- The Stranger