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07. Nautical further aft
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More probably the prophecy was an afterthought, intercalated, as I have already said, by the authoress when she changed her scheme.
An afterthought brought me back, when I had quitted the court.
Louis XIII wanted a discussion from which some light or other might break, convinced as he was that the cardinal had some afterthought and was preparing for him one of those terrible surprises which his Eminence was so skillful in getting up.
And then there's William," she added, as if by an afterthought.
Tarzan pushed Numa forward until his head was almost in the aperture, then as though it were an afterthought, he turned quickly and, taking the machine gun from the parapet, placed it in the bottom of the hole close at hand, after which he turned again to Numa, and with his knife quickly cut the garters that held the bags upon his front paws.
The fellow scratched his head a moment and said, "No," and then as though it was an afterthought, he told me that he had seen the girl in the crew's room about midnight talking with the German commander, but as there hadn't seemed to him to be any harm in that, he hadn't said anything about it.
And his mother of course,' added Ralph, as though by an afterthought, and with far less emphasis.
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He said, 'CBA have the best architecture by far in terms of how they have thought about security as they've built their software, with the other banks it's an afterthought.
Wheelchair access shouldn't be an afterthought, it should be an integral part of everything we do as a community.
He said: "This is unfortunately symptomatic of an approach within the Ministry of Justice and National Offender Management Service that tends to deal with women offenders as an afterthought.
If any bar in Little Rock deserved the over-used term "iconic," it would be the Afterthought in Hillcrest (surely deserving an entry in the invaluable "The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture," hint, hint).