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  • They think it indispensable that he should be upon the spot.’
  • ’Uriah,’ she replied, after a moment’s hesitation, ’has made himself indispensable to papa.
  • Next Mrs. Crupp said it was clear she couldn’t be in two places at once (which I felt to be reasonable), and that ’a young gal’ stationed in the pantry with a bedroom candle, there never to desist from washing plates, would be indispensable.
  • A dream of their coming in with Dora; of the pew-opener arranging us, like a drill-sergeant, before the altar rails; of my wondering, even then, why pew-openers must always be the most disagreeable females procurable, and whether there is any religious dread of a disastrous infection of good-humour which renders it indispensable to set those vessels of vinegar upon the road to Heaven.

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  • Then a big pot was brought out as we raced to retrieve our indispensable spoons and bowls.
    Leon Leyson  --  The Boy on the Wooden Box
  • In fourteen years in Bluffton he had sired two sons and managed to worm his way so completely into Bennington’s life and make himself so indispensable that he sometimes seemed like Bennington’s third leg.
    Pat Conroy  --  The Water is Wide

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