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accompany
used in Listening for Lions

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  • On the very few occasions I had been allowed to accompany Mother and Father to Nairobi, the planters we saw going about on the streets appeared well behaved.
    Book 1 — Rachel Sheridan (5% in)
  • The Kikuyu men were moving far away from the illness, accompanied by the women carrying their babies on their backs, their little ones skipping along beside them.
    Book 1 — Rachel Sheridan (33% in)
  • Father accompanied the Pritchards to the hospital and I followed along, reluctant to be alone after all the sadness.
    Book 1 — Rachel Sheridan (42% in)
  • Perhaps to the native hospital in Nairobi, but their families would not be able to accompany them.
    Book 1 — Rachel Sheridan (72% in)
  • Mrs. Pritchard was to accompany me on the train that would take me on the overnight trip from Nairobi to Mombasa, where I would board the ship.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (0% in)
  • "Since I can't accompany him this year, he will have the pleasure of your company, my dear.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (64% in)
  • What a pleasure it has been to have you accompany me.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (66% in)
  • Immediately after dinner the Pritchards made me accompany them into the library, where a fire had been laid and a tray of coffee set out.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (72% in)
  • Mrs. Pritchard stood over me as I packed, while Mr. Pritchard sent word to Grandfather that I was to accompany them to London.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (80% in)
  • Though he had not sent for them, the Pritchards accompanied me, determined not to let me out of their sight.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (81% in)
  • We must insist on Valerie's accompanying us.
    Book 2 — Valerie Pritchard (81% in)
  • More uncertainly he added, "And then I could accompany you while you gave the truck a little run about the city."
    Book 3 — Rachel Pritchard (80% in)

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