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Gulliver's Travels
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  • He offered himself and a friend to accompany me, and that I should be provided with a small convenient bark for the voyage.
  • For the queen, whom I always attended, never went farther when she accompanied the king in his progresses, and there staid till his majesty returned from viewing his frontiers.
  • When we arrived at the island, which was about eleven in the morning, one of the gentlemen who accompanied me went to the governor, and desired admittance for a stranger, who came on purpose to have the honour of attending on his highness.
  • Don Pedro accompanied me to the ship, and lent me twenty pounds.
  • But his honour, out of curiosity, and, perhaps, (if I may speak without vanity,) partly out of kindness, was determined to see me in my canoe, and got several of his neighbouring friends to accompany him.
  • When the matron Houyhnhnms have produced one of each sex, they no longer accompany with their consorts, except they lose one of their issue by some casualty, which very seldom happens; but in such a case they meet again; or when the like accident befalls a person whose wife is past bearing, some other couple bestow on him one of their own colts, and then go together again until the mother is pregnant.

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  • The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
  • The exact numbers are shown in the accompanying table.

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