- He managed to get the driver of the train drunk as well and was finishing a bottle of gin every hour walking up and down the carriages almost naked, but keeping his shoes on this time and hitting the state of inebriation during which he would start rattling off wonderful limericks—thus keeping the passengers amused.p. 154.2
- But when Robert Knox was held captive on the island in the i7th century he remembered his time this way: "Thus was I left Desolate, Sick and in Captivity, having no earthly comforter, none but only He who looks down from Heaven to hear the groaning of the prisoners.p. 81.2
There are no more uses of "thus" in Running in the Family.
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