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roger

In radio terminology, it means, “I have received and understood all of your transmission.” The term cannot be used to reply to a question requiring a direct positive or negative answer.
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Bertrade de Montfort did not know how to answer so ridiculous a sophistry; and, truth to tell, she was more than pleased to hear from the lips of Roger de Conde what bored her on the tongues of other men.
Did Roger de Conde not wish to be elsewhere he had accepted, and as he did not accept it is proof positive that he does not wish to bide among the De Montforts."
Thus Roger Chillingworth scrutinised his patient carefully, both as he saw him in his ordinary life, keeping an accustomed pathway in the range of thoughts familiar to him, and as he appeared when thrown amidst other moral scenery, the novelty of which might call out something new to the surface of his character.
Roger Chillingworth possessed all, or most, of the attributes above enumerated.
"I know a story," said the Story Girl, "about Uncle Roger when he was just a young man.
"Uncle Roger says it would be no harm to worship him because he doesn't look like anything in the heavens above or on the earth beneath or the waters under the earth."
"It is enough," said Roger Malvin, having listened to Reuben's promise.
The morning sun was unclouded, and the trees and shrubs imbibed the sweet air of the month of May; yet there seemed a gloom on Nature's face, as if she sympathized with mortal pain and sorrow Roger Malvin's hands were uplifted in a fervent prayer, some of the words of which stole through the stillness of the woods and entered Reuben's heart, torturing it with an unutterable pang.
"Hold thy peace, Roger Williams!" answered Endicott, imperiously.
Rogers's servant, with an air, to 'put the wine on.'
"Well, Ben Rogers, if I was as ignorant as you I wouldn't let on.
Ben Rogers said he couldn't get out much, only Sundays, and so he wanted to begin next Sunday; but all the boys said it would be wicked to do it on Sunday, and that settled the thing.