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NOS

[¦en¦ō′es or ′näs]
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NOS

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Surely to any man it is a sad sight," said Alleyne, "to see these holy men, who have done no sin themselves, suffering so for the sins of others.
The skull seems broken as with some big weapon, but there's no weapon at all lying about, and the murderer would have found it awkward to carry it away, unless the weapon was too small to be noticed.
The tail of his sentence was drowned in the roar of the train as it went rocking and clanking; but through all the hell of noises to which that unhappy house was periodically subject, they could hear the syllables of Magnus's answer, in all their bell-like distinctness: "I have no reason to feel confidence in Sir Aaron's family.
He flung the knife on the mat behind him, snatched up the revolver, and having no time to unload it, emptied it shot after shot all over the floor.
Yes, it's a magnificent Roman camp, and no mistake, with gates and ditch and mounds, all as complete as it was twenty years after the strong old rogues left it.
There's nothing like the old country-side for me, and no music like the twang of the real old Saxon tongue, as one gets it fresh from the veritable chaw in the White Horse Vale; and I say with "Gaarge Ridler," the old west-country yeoman, -
The White Horse Vale, remember, was traversed by no great road-- nothing but country parish roads, and these very bad.
I am a vagabond; I have been away from home no less than five distinct times in the last year.
One hardly likes to throw suspicion where there are no proofs.
Holmes made no further allusion to the matter that day, though he sat lost in thought for a long time after our belated dinner.
In that case, you can give us no further information.
There is no sin for believers, their sin has been atoned for.