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interrupts

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The manly voice again interrupted the artillery officer.
`No, please go on!' Alice said very humbly; `I won't interrupt again.
"I know the rest," I interrupted. "But would you say it long I mean the way that it came out of the mangle?"
"Let us pass on to the strange, bold and ingenious idea," interrupted Mazarin, whose sagacity foresaw a check.
My meditations were interrupted by a tremendous noise and conflict in another part of the cafe.
"We all know that," interrupted the king; "for all that was done for our service."
“I know it all,” interrupted Elizabeth; “I know it all.
Further argument was interrupted by Tarzan, who, seeing that these strange men were not following him, had returned to their side.
I won't stay an instant longer, uncle--I wouldn't interrupt you for the world." She kissed her hand to Sir Patrick, and smiled at her husband, and went out.
"Look you then for the teeth of this creatur'," interrupted the trapper, who was bent on convincing a man who had presumed to enter into competition with himself, in matters pertaining to the wilds, of gross ignorance; "turn the piece round and find your inside-overs."
(Here Rikki-tikki interrupted, and the rest of the song is lost.)
One of the bystanders interrupted him, saying: "Now, my good man, if this be all true there is no need of witnesses.