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accompany
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The Fountainhead
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  • # The envelope, accompanying the entry, contained the names: "Francon & Heyer, architects, Peter Keating, associated designer."
  • When she turned to leave, Keating accompanied her.
  • Do you know of any great event that’s not accompanied by a good publicity campaign?
  • On an evening in December Austen Heller called on Roark without warning and declared that he must accompany him next Friday to a formal party given by Mrs. Ralston Holcombe.
  • Wynand accompanied him to the hall.
  • Wynand knocked at her door and accompanied her to the dining salon.
  • Squeeze all you can out of the thing," and had departed on his yacht for a world cruise, accompanied by an enchanting aviatrix of twenty-four to whom he had made a present of his transcontinental plane.

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  • The nurse accompanied the old woman everywhere.
  • The exact numbers are shown in the accompanying table.

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