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During the negotiations with Britain she worked a number of meetings herself.
I've worked a number of cases with her.
He worked a number of months in California to earn money to pay his passage to the Islands.
At the time of her death, it was commonly reported that her body worked a number of miracles.
In 1857 there was an emigrant, a Gentile, who worked a number of months for Captain Jacob Huffine, at Parowan.
When people wouldn't agree not to burn witches, she lost her temper and worked a number of huge and violent spells.
Using a long list of aliases he'd worked a number of con games over the years, most bilking elderly or retarded women.
My wife and I, having worked a number of years at Florissant, were very anxious to see the corresponding European locality for fossil insects.
A manager stood behind the screen from which position he worked a number of puppets in the form of men, women, children, horses and dragons.
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