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Due

 

an urban-type settlement in Sakhalin Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the shore of Tatar Strait, 8 km south of Aleksandrovsk-Sakhalinskii. Due’s main economic activity is coal mining.

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We 'waited' on ourselves, as the modern barbarism (combining two good things in such a way as to secure the discomforts of both and the advantages of neither) of having a picnic with servants to wait upon you, had not yet reached this out-of-the-way region--and of course the gentlemen did not even take their places until the ladies had been duly provided with all imaginable creature-comforts.
The prisoner was duly arraigned, and his plea again demanded.
After a few questions, to which the bride and bridegroom responded, and a few words mumbled by the mayor, and after signing the registers, with their witnesses, duly, Luigi and Ginevra were made one.
The banns have not been duly published, neither is there any priest here to marry them.
It was long before I was duly revolted by Esmond's transfer of his passion from the daughter to the mother whom he is successively enamoured of.
To be near him, to hear him talk as he did talk, and to feel that he thought me worthy to be so spoken to--capable of understanding and duly appreciating such discourse--was enough.
While there she incidentally contrived to hurry Ludovic Speed in his leisurely courting of Theodora Dix, as related duly in another chronicle of her history.
As they had been duly forewarned by Bashti, the penalty for infraction of the rules he had laid down was staking out on the reef at low tide to be eaten by the fish-sharks.
The wedding was duly performed and the young couple sat down to the wedding-feast.
For without you mortals hold no banquet, -- where one does not duly pour sweet wine in offering to Hestia both first and last.
It is finished and framed, all ready for sending away; but give me your last opinion, and if you can suggest any further improvement, it shall be - duly considered, at least.
without confessing his sins, and receiving that absolution which he knew he had one in the house duly authorized to give him?