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31 examples of  two-three  in sentences

31 examples of two-three in sentences

Your Highness will not know meZia Agnese, Giovannucci's wife that was; And feed a two-three cows, as a widow may, On the marshes where the grass is salt and sweet As your Highness knowsand always true to pail Until this Nicolo Nicolo.

He picked up the vegetable, made a profound bow to the sender, juggled it cleverly with his training wand, one-two-three, and turned the tables completely as the smart baby elephant caught it on the fly.

"Two-three weeks ago.

"It's been comin' on two-three days.

He was the leading juvenile with a one-two-three show, and such a handsome thing you never saw on the stage.

With your little one-two-three!" The Chassepots tore the stout young heart, And saved Society.

"It's a bit o' real lace," ses the gal, twisting her 'ead round to look at the collar; "it cost me one and two-three only last night.

But as for you, turning your own kin out of doors one-two-three.... Nay, I'll say no more.

" I can believe that I did astonish my audience, for I never played the piano like a child; that is, in the "one-two-three" style with accelerated motion.

The scrub team did not have many batters, and so it came about that the first three men up were disposed of in one-two-three order, not one of them making a safe hit or reaching first.

Yedding, who was in the box for Harvard, could not have been in better condition, and the first three Yale men to face him went out in one-two-three order, making the first inning a whitewash for both sides.

Well, Miss Jordan, when it come to running, neither of 'em was one-two-three beside this chestnut, and if it took five years to get in rifle range of 'em for a good shot, it'll take ten to get the chestnut.

"One-two-three-four!

One-two-three-four!

One-two-three-four!

"Oh, we made two-three pretty good horse tradesnothing much.

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"One-two-three-four!

"One-two-three-four!"

Then, lifting his feet with the regularity and slowness of the vibrations of a seconds pendulum, as if counting and measuring one-two-three, holding himself steady against the gusty wind, and giving separate attention to each little step, he gained the foot of the cliff, while I was on my knees leaning over to give him a lift should he succeed in getting within reach of my arm.

"I give you while I count tenone-two-three-four.

WILLEMS, HENRY J. Snow White and marriage of one-two-three-four-five-six-seven dwarfs.

WILLEMS, HENRY J. Snow White and marriage of one-two-three-four-five-six-seven dwarfs.

One-two-three-four in as quick succession as the roll of a drum, four German shells burst in line up in the region where we have made ourselves masters of the German trench.

With confusion developing for want of instructions, a lone, exhausted staff officer who happened along took charge, and standing at the junction in the midst of shell-fire told every doubting unit what to do, with a one-two-three alacrity of decision.

I might add there's a floor that shows traces of gore; I discovered the latter to be That of one Lady Jane, who was brutally slain By her husband in Sixteen-Two-Three.

Lawd only knows how many; might have been as much as two-three hundred.

" "Hohi, two-three.

Begin by counting "one-two-three-four," like the slow ticking of a large clock.

Count (mentally) "one-two-three-four," as you inhale; the "one-two," holding the breath; and, then "one-two-three-four," exhaling or breathing-out.

Count (mentally) "one-two-three-four," as you inhale; the "one-two," holding the breath; and, then "one-two-three-four," exhaling or breathing-out.