2159680 examples of ins in sentences

Unwilling to be torn from ins newly found friends, the earl proposed that the three ladies should accompany his sister to Annerdale House, and then accept himself as an escort to their own residence.

It would be a long affair to tell you all the ins and outs, but I am sure from what has come to pass during the last few days, that we must get nearer Pekin before the Government there comes to its senses.

The ins become outs, the outs ins; the ups become downs, the downs ups; and so onand it is better so.

The ins become outs, the outs ins; the ups become downs, the downs ups; and so onand it is better so.

"I looked at my brave comrade in some surprise, but he continued without noticing me, "And, you know all the ins and outs of the theatre, the corridors, the trapdoors.

"I daresay you know I've just gone into partnership in Sunwich, and I'm told there's no man knows more about the business and the ins and outs of this town than you do." Mr. Wilks thawed despite himself.

(10.797 ins., and for the cubit 5,485 cm. 21.594 ins.).

(10.797 ins., and for the cubit 5,485 cm. 21.594 ins.).

The old ladies listened so sympathetically to our tales of how many trout we had that day guddled in the burn; of the colt we had managed to catch and mountas a familyby the aid of the dyke, and of the few delirious moments spent on its slippery back before it threw usas a family; of the ins and outs of why Boggley's nose was swelling visibly and his right eye disappearing.

"The bridegroom, 6 ft. 35 ins.

But for the few words which had just escaped him, this natural movement would have attracted no attention; and, as it was, it was observed by none but the Signor Grimaldi, who would himself have attached little importance to the whole, had the guide maintained Ins usual pace.

The resemblance to the well-known scene in the German child's book was perfect, and as the children shouted, "Ein kohlpechrabenschwarzer Mohr, Die Sonne schien ihm ins gehirn,

An age of cruel and bitter jealousies between sections and classes; of hatted and strife between the Haves and the Have-nots; of futile contests between parties which have kept their names and confused their principles, so that no man may distinguish them except as the Ins and Outs.

He seemed to know the ins and outs of every blood-feud from Beersheba to Damascus, and warmed to his subject as you listened.

It should be told as are the photo plays, with frequent throwbacks and many cut-ins.

Of ups and downs, of ins and outs, Of the're i'th' wrong, and we're i'th' right, I shun the rancours and the routs, And wishing well to every wight, Whatever turn the matter takes, I deem it all but ducks and drakes.

If she loves books, you like to hear her talk about them, because she does it so well, and because she knows the ins and outs of your mind so thoroughly that in ten minutes she can give you the plot, and half an hour's reading aloud of striking passages will give you so excellent an idea of the style that you can talk about it to-morrow more intelligently than some bachelors who have really read it by themselves most conscientiously.

"The ins and the outs.

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SEE Patton, Jack I. MAGNUS, ERWIN. Die Flucht ins weisse Land, ein Eskimo-roman.

SAFARI-VERLAG G.M.B.H. Die flucht ins weisse land, ein Eskimo-roman.

" He ceased abruptly, folded Ins arms, and gazed musingly into space.

True, he could have done little or nothing, for he did not then know the ins and outs of the baffling situation into which the ties of blood had drawn him.

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Newly arrived colonists impatiently summed it all up as mere battling of Ins against Outs, and lamented the sweet simplicity of political divisions as they had known them in the mother country.

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