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  • she came from a public defender's background, which in Patrick's mind meant that even if she now was scrupulously fair, she still had once played for the other side.   (source)
    scrupulously = carefully diligent (persistently attentive to being)
  • July took it as a criticism of his work, which he felt he had done scrupulously.   (source)
    scrupulously = carefully with attention to detail
  • Clarkson and the abolitionists were scrupulous about not exaggerating.   (source)
    scrupulous = very careful
  • Hers came from having taught school all her life and being scrupulous with her savings.   (source)
    scrupulous = careful
  • ...we have not been too scrupulous.   (source)
    scrupulous = ethical; or diligent
  • He would be scrupulous about paying support;   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave ethically and/or diligently
  • Obviously the victim had a love affair with clothes and a taste for the best and took scrupulous care of what she owned.   (source)
    scrupulous = with careful attention to detail
  • Ernesto, her gentle Ernesto, had been a restaurant inspector, renowned for his refusal to take bribes (neither money nor pork loins could tempt him) and for his scrupulous campaign against mice feces.   (source)
    scrupulous = diligent
  • Eddie's eyes were blue, wide and questioning; he had blond hair and a square face, unremarkable except for that look of scrupulous attentiveness and...   (source)
    scrupulous = diligent and ethical
  • She'd be scrupulously professional,   (source)
    scrupulously = with careful diligence
  • How dangerous a place, this country! A wilderness of freedoms. She shuddered, kept scrupulously to paths.   (source)
    scrupulously = carefully (following ethical or moral guidelines)
  • he was scrupulously honest,   (source)
    scrupulously = with careful attention to even small details
  • He caused scrupulous inquiries to be made in London.   (source)
    scrupulous = careful and detailed
  • I have always been strictly just and scrupulous in my summing up of a case.   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave ethically
  • A man so conventional, so scrupulously correct as the Director–   (source)
    scrupulously = being careful to behave ethically and/or with extreme care and great effort
  • He explained that he was there to supervise the proceedings, as a sort of umpire, and he would take a scrupulously impartial view of the case.   (source)
    scrupulously = very carefully
  • Arthur has always treated you with such scrupulous justice.   (source)
    scrupulous = careful
  • The flat was scrupulously clean;   (source)
    scrupulously = carefully and with attention to detail
  • He wanted to avenge Miss Quested and punish Fielding, while remaining scrupulously fair.   (source)
    scrupulously = very careful to be ethically
  • The very scrupulousness with which he told her...   (source)
    scrupulousness = care and attention to detail
  • I owe my city the most scrupulous performance of duty in safeguarding it against disease   (source)
    scrupulous = careful and diligent
  • He was scrupulously respectful.   (source)
    scrupulously = diligently
  • Old New York scrupulously observed the etiquette of hospitality, and no discussion with a guest was ever allowed to degenerate into a disagreement.   (source)
    scrupulously = carefully
  • unless it was scrupulously obeyed.   (source)
    scrupulously = diligently (with great effort to do it right)
  • Miriam, who always went scrupulously through his books and papers, saw the drawings.   (source)
    scrupulously = carefully
  • In the yard, which was kept scrupulously neat, were flowers and plants of every description which flourishes in South Louisiana.   (source)
    scrupulously = with great care
  • Surely, even had she been the most scrupulous of women, she could hardly have felt remorse for so innocent a lie.   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave ethically
  • you were not very scrupulous in the means you used.   (source)
    scrupulous = ethical
  • I was still excessively scrupulous about everything I wrote.   (source)
    scrupulous = careful and diligent
  • Mrs. Grose slowly got up, and I scrupulously added: "Unless, of course, we can prevent!"   (source)
    scrupulously = ethically; or carefully diligent
  • the celebrated doctor, having scrupulously washed his hands, was...   (source)
    scrupulously = diligently (with extreme care)
  • By those best acquainted with his habits, the paleness of the young minister's cheek was accounted for by his too earnest devotion to study, his scrupulous fulfillment of parochial duty,   (source)
    scrupulous = diligence (thorough attention to detail)
  • You have not implied to me that the symptoms which--I am bound to testify--you watched with scrupulous care, were those of a fatal disease.   (source)
    scrupulous = diligent (attention to detail)
  • he had loyally and scrupulously exhausted all means; he had been deterred neither by the season, nor fatigue, nor by the expense; he had nothing with which to reproach himself.   (source)
    scrupulously = with careful diligence
  • But others are by no means so scrupulous.   (source)
    scrupulous = ethical
  • He was scrupulous about taking any money from his master   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave ethically
  • The ready-laid table, the two silver chafing-dishes, the crystal door-knobs, the parquet and the furniture, all shone with a scrupulous, English cleanliness;   (source)
    scrupulous = diligent (showing careful to detail)
  • Is that religion which is less scrupulous, less generous, less just, less considerate for man, than even my own ungodly, worldly, blinded nature?   (source)
    scrupulous = ethically careful
  • Rage filled the king over her slander, but being scrupulous he shrank from killing him.   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave ethically
  • Or he was until recently," she added scrupulously.†   (source)
  • Penelope would have been scrupulous in his rearing.†   (source)
  • These police put Walter on death row while he was a pretrial detainee; I feared that they would not scrupulously follow the legal requirement to turn over all exculpatory evidence that could help him prove his innocence.†   (source)
  • Then he once more turned to The Book of Common Prayer; it was unusual for a Congregationalist—especially, in a nondenominational church—to be using the prayer book so scrupulously, but I was sure that my father respected that Owen had been an Episcopalian.†   (source)
  • The Smallhorn family were scrupulously polite and because they had lived in the bush and didn't have television, they knew nothing of Brian's disaster.†   (source)
  • And since Marysville's public library is not so scrupulous as its historical society, this is the only volume that is missing any of its pages."†   (source)
  • Auri was scrupulously clean and full of joy.†   (source)
  • He was, his son remembered, morally meticulous, and though Ishmael might strive to emulate this, there was nevertheless this matter of the war— this matter of the arm he'd lost—that made such scrupulosity difficult.†   (source)
  • I scrupulously avoided discussing with him any matters of a political or sensitive nature on the grounds that he might also have been an informer.†   (source)
  • She cleaned the bathroom scrupulously, making sure no hair remained in the shower or on the floor.†   (source)
  • "So he darned well ought to be," replied Bigwig, "the great dandy"—for by their standards Strawberry was scrupulously clean and fastidious.†   (source)
  • Pietro Crespi was young and blond, the most handsome and well mannered man who had ever been seen in Macondo, so scrupulous in his dress that in spite of the suffocating heat he would work in his brocade vest and heavy coat of dark cloth.†   (source)
  • I was scrupulously polite and noncommittal, because Crazy Eyes made me nervous.†   (source)
  • It took me a long time to realize I was careful and logical about affairs, really sort of scrupulous about who and where and when, and completely reckless when it came to marriage.†   (source)
  • Air-raid sirens and blackouts were scrupulously obeyed.†   (source)
  • The majority were like the scrupulous lieutenant who had driven me home.†   (source)
  • But apart from who I was with Snow Flower, I was resolved to be an honorable wife, a praiseworthy daughter-in-law, and a scrupulous mother.†   (source)
  • Each night, with scrupulous fairness, she would select two or three, depending on their size, and prop them on her pillow.†   (source)
  • The garden was scrupulously manicured and trimmed.†   (source)
  • When the fate of a person depended on his sole fiat, he would be scrupulous and cautious.†   (source)
  • Since we were still scrupulously observing our mutual boundaries, I did not feel like dashing outside my enclave in an effort to head him off.†   (source)
  • He was scrupulous about payments like that.†   (source)
  • Although scrupulously clean, the dwelling would be musty and unventilated, allowing the odor of frying gefilte fish to waft from the kitchen, where a quick glimpse might reveal a kerchiefed old lady—Leslie's grandmother—who would grin toothlessly over her skillet but say nothing, speaking no English.†   (source)
  • He was healthy and scrupulously clean.†   (source)
  • He could work milking machines and he was scrupulously clean.†   (source)
  • Filled with the loftiest aspirations from his childhood, he had looked upon the world as a vast arena where everyone competed for perfection, keeping scrupulously to the rules.†   (source)
  • He set the knot carefully above the button, glaring into his reflected eyes, made an unusually scrupulous part in his hair, and hurried to the kitchen table.†   (source)
  • Poverty, which Dick had warned her of with a scrupulous humility, was another abstraction, nothing to do with her pinched childhood.†   (source)
  • Though he neither drank nor smoked, he was nevertheless not so scrupulous in other ways.   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave well
  • You must observe them scrupulously.   (source)
    scrupulously = with careful diligence
  • ...a new paper has been launched: the Plague Chronicle, which sets out 'to inform our townspeople, with scrupulous veracity, of the daily progress or recession of the disease; ...'   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave ethically and/or diligently
  • It does not care whether Flaubert finds the right word or whether Carlyle scrupulously verifies this or that fact.   (source)
    scrupulously = diligently
  • not before he had greased and brushed scrupulously his back hair   (source)
    scrupulously = with extreme care
  • "He was too scrupulous always," she said.   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave ethically and/or diligently
  • his scrupulously clean shirt was always fastened by a small diamond stud.   (source)
    scrupulously = of the shirt:  always carefully (cleaned)
  • I thought her, on a thousand occasions, unnecessarily scrupulous and cautious:   (source)
    scrupulous = extremely careful to do everything properly
  • she was in all respects a woman of scrupulous conscience,   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to do the right thing
  • scrupulously examined the coins, to see that they were genuine   (source)
    scrupulously = carefully
  • with a most scrupulous fear of being late   (source)
    scrupulous = characterized by extreme care
  • He is so very strict and scrupulous in his notions;   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave ethically and/or diligently
  • while he seemed to be scrupulously finding good in most men...   (source)
    scrupulously = diligently
  • I will perform the double duty that is imposed upon me most scrupulously and strictly.   (source)
    scrupulously = carefully ethical and/or diligent
  • scrupulous in the performance of his duties   (source)
    scrupulous = diligent and careful
  • "Ye're unco scrupulous," sneered Alan   (source)
    scrupulous = careful to behave ethically.
  • Think how much better you can criticize conventional customs if you yourself live up to them, scrupulously.   (source)
    scrupulously = carefully ethical and/or diligent
  • He performed the rite scrupulously.   (source)
    scrupulously = diligently or carefully
  • There was no other token of her personality about the room, unless it showed itself in the scrupulous neatness of the scant articles of furniture:   (source)
    scrupulous = meticulous (careful attention to detail)
  • The bills... were presented at his office with scrupulous exactitude, and... were paid... with equal punctuality.   (source)
    scrupulous = carefully diligent
  • He washed that morning scrupulously—he got some soap from Nastasya—he washed his hair, his neck and especially his hands.   (source)
    scrupulously = with careful diligence
  • But Isabella had promised and promised again; and when she promised a thing, she was so scrupulous in performing it!   (source)
    scrupulous = very careful and diligent
  • One benefit was that he now left me scrupulously alone at night.†   (source)
  • In a time of war, we can't afford to be too scrupulous."†   (source)
  • You surely are being scrupulous, Lieutenant Kurohata.†   (source)
  • Both of them, though scrupulously avoiding each other, were more than willing to sit guard.†   (source)
  • Her voice was troubled and defeated, all low sad tones like the scrupulous grief of cellos.†   (source)
  • All of it was scrupulously sealed and double-wrapped but it didn't do any good.†   (source)
  • Sarah had scrupulously reminded him it was his turn to sort and fold.†   (source)
  • I've scrupulously kept every receipt," went on the deputy, gathering steam as he continued reading.†   (source)
  • He was all alone, Andrew said, not very loudly but with the most scrupulous distinctness.†   (source)
  • It's long past time to take a closer look at this qualitative preselection of facts which has seemed so scrupulously ignored by those who make so much of these facts after they are "observed.†   (source)
  • McCandless, I came to believe with increasing conviction, scrupulously steered clear of the toxicH. mackenzii and never ate its seeds or any other part of the plant.†   (source)
  • After Mother had died and Reenie had taken over the running of us, she'd paid scrupulous attention to our outfits for this day: not too casual, because this would be contemptuous, as if we didn't care what the townspeople thought of us; but not too dressed-up either, because that would be lording it over.†   (source)
  • He remembered the austerely pitiless respect he had felt for his contract of marriage, for all his contracts and all his legal obligations-and he saw what sort of legality his scrupulous observance was expected to serve.†   (source)
  • A few would get so scared they had to back out of the whole business-- though they always scrupulously paid her and apologized and made excuses.†   (source)
  • He gave a scrupulous accounting to his brother and very soon plunged back into the routine of cockfights.†   (source)
  • Milo had posed for these pictures in a drab peasant's blouse with a high collar, and his scrupulous, paternal countenance was tolerant, wise, critical and strong as he stared out at the populace omnisciently with his undisciplined mustache and disunited eyes.†   (source)
  • I left the women my woolen sweater, so they could unravel it and knit something warm for Adriana's children, along with the money I had had when I was arrested, which, with the military's scrupulous honesty for the unimportant, had been returned to me.†   (source)
  • Effective emergency action became impossible, but Captain Piltchard and Captain Wren were both too timid to raise any outcry against Captain Black, who scrupulously enforced each day the doctrine of 'Continual Reaffirmation' that he had originated, a doctrine designed to trap all those men who had become disloyal since the last time they had signed a loyalty oath the day before.†   (source)
  • My mother had always taught us to be scrupulous when wearing a skirt by smoothing it out before sitting down.†   (source)
  • The beauty of the campus, an acquired taste, certainly, lay in its stalwart understatement, its unapologetic capitulation to the supremacy of line over color, to the artistry of repetition, and the lyrics of a scrupulous unsentimental vision.†   (source)
  • But before she could complete the prescribed rest she received a disturbed letter from the invisible doctors, who mid they had inspected her for six hours without finding anything that corresponded to the symptoms so many times and so scrupulously described by her.†   (source)
  • It seemed to him as if a few rays from it reached into his present: not rays, more like pinpoint spotlights that gave an occasional moment's glitter to his job, to his lonely apartment, to the quiet, scrupulous progression of his existence.†   (source)
  • …do not pay a higher price for a rusty chunk of scrap than for a piece of shining metal, so you do not value a rotter above a hero-that your moral appraisal is the coin paying men for their virtues or vices, and this payment demands of you as scrupulous an honor as you bring to financial transactions-that to withhold your contempt from men's vices is an act of moral counterfeiting, and to withhold your admiration from their virtues is an act of moral embezzlement-that to place any other…†   (source)
  • I had used the same phone two years before to call my parents, but I had scrupulously avoided it since then.†   (source)
  • She knew the pattern because it had happened a few limes already, though Oedipa had been most scrupulously fair about it, mentioning the practice only once, in fact, another three in the morning and out of a dark dawn sky, asking if he wasn't worried about the penal code.†   (source)
  • If you throw away your weapons, some less scrupulous person will pick them up.†   (source)
  • Got a reputation for daring and for not being over-scrupulous.†   (source)
  • Once they were broken, Wynand continued to pay them scrupulously.†   (source)
  • And when Jonas Wilkerson was going to take the home place, suppose I'd been—kind and scrupulous?†   (source)
  • The word 'scrupulous' suggests itself when I think of Jack Hills.†   (source)
  • But not too scrupulous and honorable to take aid and money from a woman.†   (source)
  • I know I'm not as—scrupulous as I should be these days.†   (source)
  • A scrupulous writer, in every sentence that he writes, will ask himself at least four questions, thus: What am I trying to say?†   (source)
  • , said Izzy, languid and scrupulous.†   (source)
  • Father Vaillant assured him that all his wishes should be scrupulously carried out, and now it was time for him to dismiss the cares of this world and prepare his mind to receive the Sacrament.†   (source)
  • But the number of men who make a definite contribution to anything whatsoever is very small, he said, pausing by the pear tree, well brushed, scrupulously exact, exquisitely judicial.†   (source)
  • Then Wang Lung was scrupulous to do all that should be done for the one dead, so he caused mourning to be made for himself and for his children, and their shoes were made of coarse white cloth, which is the color of mourning, and about their ankles they bound bands of white cloth, and the women in the house bound their hair with white cord.†   (source)
  • 5' It is interesting to note the continuance to this day of the rite of circumcision in the Hebrew and Mohammedan cults, where the Feminine element has been scrupulously purged from the official, strictly monotheistic mythology.†   (source)
  • He was scrupulously honest, honourable, in the Eton and Balliol sense, but there was more to his scrupulosity than that.†   (source)
  • She was scrupulously honest.†   (source)
  • No one complained because the men were very scrupulous about not tearing off the flowers until they were well withered.†   (source)
  • If the carrier was not scrupulous, he increased his number of spare copies by keeping on his book the names of a halfdozen discontinued subscribers.†   (source)
  • The blocks were clean—for the sportsmen of those days considered that, if you went in for blood sports, it was your duty to conceal the beastliness with scrupulous care.†   (source)
  • They had rooms in the village, and so, walking in, walking out, parting late on door-mats, had said little things about the soup, about the children, about one thing and another which made them allies; so that when he stood beside her now in his judicial way (he was old enough to be her father too, a botanist, a widower, smelling of soap, very scrupulous and clean) she just stood there.†   (source)
  • He had understood her wish and obeyed scrupulously; he had refused himself the relief of exaggeration, he had not staged the event crudely, but made it beautiful in the exact manner Gail Wynand, the publisher, would have chosen had he wished to be married in public.†   (source)
  • He was scrupulously honest, honourable, in the Eton and Balliol sense, but there was more to his scrupulosity than that.†   (source)
  • Nevertheless, she was scrupulous in her public avoidance of the girl and, illogically, in a moment of unreasoning annoyance she would attack Eliza: "Why do you keep such people in your house, mama?†   (source)
  • He was chosen and beloved of a bevy of internationally renowned beauties, vampires and pure sweet girls alike, with fruity blondes in the lead, all contesting for his favors, and some of the least scrupulous resorting to underhand practices in order to win him.†   (source)
  • He was scrupulously clean; he washed all over ever so many times a day, and was scrupulously well dressed, as a Victorian city solicitor; also as a countryman.†   (source)
  • How well this curious business succeeded he did not say: he was scrupulously neat, but threadbare and haggard, and more fiercely secretive than ever.†   (source)
  • Now, her nevertoo-scrupulous sense of honor was dulled by repetition of the offense and even fear of discovery had subsided.†   (source)
  • He's scrupulous and honorable!†   (source)
  • Nan was scrupulously respectable and well-mannered: she had thick negroid lips that turned outward, and hearty tropical laughter.†   (source)
  • "Did you see much of her?" inquired Ory, with scrupulous politeness.†   (source)
  • But Hans Castorp was not all that scrupulous about the issue of resemblance.†   (source)
  • This table showed considerable evidence of having been scrubbed scrupulously clean.†   (source)
  • His confession became a channel for the escape of scrupulous and unrepented imperfections.†   (source)
  • They examined the ocean with the most scrupulous care.†   (source)
  • She ascended to her bedroom and dressed herself with scrupulous care.†   (source)
  • You have too good a right to a free pardon, to render you very scrupulous about peccadilloes.†   (source)
  • The young officer, with his face still more flushed, commanded the men more scrupulously than ever.†   (source)
  • Therefore, to my patron I will be scrupulously true.†   (source)
  • Mr. Giles, dressed with scrupulous care in a full suit of black, was in attendance upon them.†   (source)
  • Do not you think, Anne, it is being over-scrupulous?†   (source)
  • They surveyed the sea with scrupulous care.†   (source)
  • Science is properly more scrupulous than dogma.†   (source)
  • The days came but not the visitor, though Lucetta repeated her dressing with scrupulous care.†   (source)
  • "Oh! you are too scrupulous, indeed you are," cried Emma warmly, and taking her hand.†   (source)
  • And yet I don't find business slack, or clients scrupulous.†   (source)
  • He is so very strict and scrupulous in his notions; over-scrupulous I must say.†   (source)
  • "So scrupulous for others," he continued, "and yet so careless for herself!†   (source)
  • "I think you see now that you spoke too scrupulously," she said, in a tone of persuasion.†   (source)
  • A kerosene lamp sat on the table and the room, although almost bare of furniture, was scrupulously clean.†   (source)
  • Every see-saw of her breath, every wave of her blood, every pulse singing in her ears, was a voice that joined with nature in revolt against her scrupulousness.†   (source)
  • 'Here you have him as he was; he knew how to be so generously encouraging as to make a scrupulous man hesitate on the brink of confidence; but if I did hesitate it was not for long.†   (source)
  • The men were of all sorts, old and young, tall and short; but every one had tried to make himself smart for the interview with the manager: they had carefully brushed hair and scrupulously clean hands.†   (source)
  • She could see from the scrupulous care which he exercised in the matter of his personal appearance that his interest in life had abated not a jot.†   (source)
  • I am as scrupulous as any man alive, I hope; but when it is a case like this, when there is a question of madness—†   (source)
  • Poets are not so scrupulous as you are.†   (source)
  • The Spaniard's fear of God, his humility, his solemnity, his scrupulous austerity is a very worthy form of humanity, I would say.†   (source)
  • Philip was startled at Doctor South's suspicion of asepsis; he had accepted it in deference to universal opinion; but he used the precautions which Philip had known insisted upon so scrupulously at the hospital with the disdainful tolerance of a man playing at soldiers with children.†   (source)
  • The Beaufort failure, or rather the Beaufort attitude since the failure, was still a fruitful theme for the drawing-room moralist; and after it had been thoroughly examined and condemned Mrs. van der Luyden had turned her scrupulous eyes on May Archer.†   (source)
  • It is not Justice the servant of men, but accident, hazard, Fortune—the ally of patient Time—that holds an even and scrupulous balance.†   (source)
  • If she had said "Yes" instead of "No" he would have kissed her; it had evidently been his intention; but her determined negative deterred his scrupulous heart.†   (source)
  • She also, with an air of being only too scrupulously exact, granted that sometimes he did not come home till morning.†   (source)
  • There seemed so much gusto in the way he puffed and swilled as he washed himself, so much alacrity with which he hurried to the mirror in the kitchen, and, bending because it was too low for him, scrupulously parted his wet black hair, that it irritated Mrs. Morel.†   (source)
  • In her inmost heart Lily knew it was not by appealing to the fraternal instinct that she was likely to move Gus Trenor; but this way of explaining the situation helped to drape its crudity, and she was always scrupulous about keeping up appearances to herself.†   (source)
  • The Aseptic School, on the other hand, maintains that what the patient wants is that appearance of scrupulous hygiene which can be produced only by furnishing the outer waiting-room as well as the inner offices in white-painted chairs and tables, with merely a Japanese print against a gray wall.†   (source)
  • Afternoon at the Plaza, with winter twilight hovering outside and faint drums down-stairs…. they strut and fret in the lobby, taking another cocktail, scrupulously attired and waiting.†   (source)
  • There is a touch of chivalry in Octavius's scrupulous attention to her, even whilst his whole soul is absorbed by Ann.†   (source)
  • And my father, who was less scrupulous than my grandmother or mother in observing the letter of a treaty, went on: "Yes, run along; to bed with you."†   (source)
  • Probably therefore a man whose social position needs constant and scrupulous affirmation without regard to climate: one who would dress thus for the middle of the Sahara or the top of Mont Blanc.†   (source)
  • However that might be, Francoise had come, more and more, to pay an infinitely scrupulous attention to my aunt's least word and gesture.†   (source)
  • But she had been observed almost immediately on her return by some people of scrupulous character and great influence: they had seen her idling in the churchyard, restoring as well as she could with a little trowel a baby's obliterated grave.†   (source)
  • The essay was for him the chief labour of his week and every Tuesday, as he marched from home to the school, he read his fate in the incidents of the way, pitting himself against some figure ahead of him and quickening his pace to outstrip it before a certain goal was reached or planting his steps scrupulously in the spaces of the patchwork of the pathway and telling himself that he would be first and not first in the weekly essay.†   (source)
  • She had passed beyond the phase of well-bred reciprocity, in which every demonstration must be scrupulously proportioned to the emotion it elicits, and generosity of feeling is the only ostentation condemned.†   (source)
  • A story whose contents involved a time span of five minutes, however, could, by means of an extraordinary scrupulosity in filling up those five minutes, last a thousand times as long—and still remain short on boredom, although in relationship to its imaginary time it would be very long in the telling.†   (source)
  • In her sensitive and scrupulous heart she was ignorant what words ought to flow, spontaneously, from her lips, so as to produce the scene for which her eager senses clamoured.†   (source)
  • From the door of Byron's public-house to the gate of Clontarf Chapel, from the gate of Clontail Chapel to the door of Byron's public-house and then back again to the chapel and then back again to the publichouse he had paced slowly at first, planting his steps scrupulously in the spaces of the patchwork of the footpath, then timing their fall to the fall of verses.†   (source)
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