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  • Soft, seedy biscuits, also, I bestow upon Miss Shepherd; and oranges innumerable.
  • We had a merry game, not made the less merry by the Doctor’s mistakes, of which he committed an innumerable quantity, in spite of the watchfulness of the butterflies, and to their great aggravation.
  • I make no allowance for innumerable feelings and circumstances that may have all tended to good.
  • Sometimes in his rage he would take me for one of them, and come at me, mouthing as if he were going to tear me in pieces; then, remembering me, just in time, would dive into the shop, and lie upon his bed, as I thought from the sound of his voice, yelling in a frantic way, to his own windy tune, the ’Death of Nelson’; with an Oh! before every line, and innumerable Goroos interspersed.
  • The preparations she made for this great work, the aprons she put on, the bibs she borrowed from the kitchen to keep off the ink, the time she took, the innumerable stoppages she made to have a laugh with Jip as if he understood it all, her conviction that her work was incomplete unless she signed her name at the end, and the way in which she would bring it to me, like a school-copy, and then, when I praised it, clasp me round the neck, are touching recollections to me, simple as they…

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  • There were three hundred wells, fifty thousand date trees, and innumerable colored tents spread among them.
    Paulo Coelho  --  The Alchemist
  • Part of an innumerable company.
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