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  • Carol inquired, "What experience did you have with college dramatics?"
  • Carol inquired of Mr. Elder.
  • At Dahl & Oleson’s Meat Market you didn’t give orders—you wofully inquired whether there was anything today besides steak and pork and ham.
  • IV She had inquired as to the effect of this dominating dullness upon foreigners.
  • He asked the veterinarian about the value of different breeds of stock; he inquired of Lyman Cass whether or not Einar Gyseldson really had had a yield of forty bushels of wheat to the acre.
  • Did Carol, Kennicott inquired, wish to stop in Minneapolis to buy new clothes?
  • Kennicott was respectful as he inquired whether the Germans had good aeroplanes, and what a salient was, and a cootie, and Going West.
  • Stroking his chin, drawling in the ecstasy of being erudite, Kennicott inquired, "Say, doctor, what success have you had with thyroid for treatment of pains in the legs before child-birth?"
  • But without the protection of Kennicott’s presence she did not go to the Jolly Seventeen; she delivered herself to the judgment of the town only when she went shopping and on the ritualistic occasions of formal afternoon calls, when Mrs. Lyman Cass or Mrs. George Edwin Mott, with clean gloves and minute handkerchiefs and sealskin card-cases and countenances of frozen approbation, sat on the edges of chairs and inquired, "Do you find Gopher Prairie pleasing?"
  • The fourth evening he yawned pleasantly, stretched, and inquired, "Well, what’ll we do tonight?
  • Madam Chairman inquired, "Is there any other discussion?
  • Carol was in the dining-room, in a frock of black satin edged with gold, and Bea, in blue gingham and an apron, dined in the kitchen; but the door was open between, and Carol was inquiring, "Did you see any ducks in Dahl’s window?" and Bea chanting, "No, ma’am.
  • "Where does she get all them the’ries?" marveled Uncle Whittier Smail; while Aunt Bessie inquired, "Do you suppose there’s many folks got notions like hers?
  • But when she asked technical questions he did not know how to answer; when she inquired, "Exactly what is the method of taking out the tonsils?" he yawned, "Tonsilectomy?
  • He practised glaring and talking deep, but he circuitously hinted to Vida that when he had tried to look Harry Haydock in the eye, Harry had inquired, "What’s the matter with you, Raymie?

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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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