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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
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  • I am sure that you inquired your way merely in order that you might see him.
  • I came in by train this morning, and on inquiring at Paddington as to where I might find a doctor, a worthy fellow very kindly escorted me here.
  • He rushed fiercely forward, and the inquirer flitted away into the darkness.
  • I perceive also that whoever addressed the envelope had to go and inquire as to the address.
  • I then inquired as to the vessels which lay at present in the port of London.
  • Far from hushing the thing up, I have brought a gentleman down from London to inquire more deeply into it.
  • I inquired of him whether he had ever heard of Colonel Lysander Stark.
  • I had almost overcome my pride so far as to go back to the agency and inquire whether the place was still open when I received this letter from the gentleman himself.

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  • Students should contact our office to inquire about scholarship opportunities.
  • I am here to inquire about the job.

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