Three fidgety minutes later, deplorably aware of masculine snickers from behind him, he escaped.
Dr. Coughlin of Leopolis had a red mustache, a large heartiness, and a Maxwell which, though it was three years old this May and deplorable as to varnish, he believed to be the superior in speed and beauty of any motor in Dakota.
He resisted, but they said in a high hurt manner, "Why, my boy, if you’re going to be a public official, and if you have the slightest appreciation of their efforts to make you welcome here—" Leora and he found themselves with so many invitations that they, who had deplored the dullness of Wheatsylvania, complained now that they could have no quiet evenings at home.
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We deplore the government’s treatment of political prisoners.