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  • I then expounded to Miss Mills what I had endeavoured, so very unsuccessfully, to expound to Dora.
  • I then expounded to Miss Mills what I had endeavoured, so very unsuccessfully, to expound to Dora.
  • But I am afraid I had a supreme satisfaction, of a personal and professional nature, in taking charge of Mr. Barkis’s will, and expounding its contents.
  • She appeared to me to take great care of the Doctor, and to like him very much, though I never thought her vitally interested in the Dictionary: some cumbrous fragments of which work the Doctor always carried in his pockets, and in the lining of his hat, and generally seemed to be expounding to her as they walked about.

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  • You will be asked to expound on a teacher-selected topic from the book.
  • The Federal Reserve Chairman will expound on the inflation outlook.

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