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  • He turned to point solicitously at the mathematical formulas chalked on the blackboard.
  • The words came with a bright smile of relief on Dr. Ferris’ face; his solicitous manner returned.
  • Fighting anger, Rearden told himself that this was Philip’s form of solicitude.
  • She heard the secretary’s respectful, solicitous voice and realized that she had stood there without answering.
  • He had been unable to discover any clue to Philip’s purpose, only some incomprehensible solicitude, of a kind Philip had never displayed before.
  • Through the years of his struggle, he had learned that an apparently causeless antagonism was not hard to deal with, but an apparently causeless solicitude was an ugly danger.

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  • It’s a mid-price hotel in a great location with a solicitous staff.
  • made solicitous inquiries about our family

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