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  1. It is unnecessary for our purposes, however, since the essential conditions may be secured, though with less convenience, in any kitchen. – The Prospective Mother A Handbook for Women During Pregnancy by J. Morris Slemons
  2. She was sitting by the tea- table, which had been placed close to the sofa for the convenience of the invalid, and Hector was leaning against his cushions watching her little hands flying in and out of her work. – More About Peggy by Mrs G. de Horne Vaizey
  3. " Lots of convenience, though," said Fenton. – Pine Needles by Susan Bogert Warner
  4. It was a mere narrow ribbon of a road made by the Romans, without a thought for the convenience of travellers in a later day; and as the carriage turned a corner, O'Toole, mounted on his horse, saw ahead a heavy cart crawling up towards them. – Clementina by A.E.W. Mason
  5. A tap is a great convenience and would save Jules' time filling up the tank. – The Girl From Keller's Sadie's Conquest by Harold Bindloss
  6. May I entreat, then, you will make it your convenience to return here? – The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly by Charles James Lever
  7. It is for our own convenience, Mr. Wharton replied gruffly. – Ted and the Telephone by Sara Ware Bassett
  8. Men obtained the land on both sides of the rivers at the crossing places and served the public only at their own convenience and at their own charges. – The Paths of Inland Commerce A Chronicle of Trail, Road, and Waterway, Volume 21 in The Chronicles of America Series by Archer B. Hulbert
  9. He continued, however, to live at Coate, partly, no doubt, for economy, and partly for convenience. – The Eulogy of Richard Jefferies by Walter Besant
  10. But the parent is liable for the running of a car with his knowledge by a member of his family and for the convenience or pleasure of other members. – Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman by Albert Sidney Bolles
  11. It was found so extremely embarrassing to heads of families and others who were liable every day or hour to be cut off, that it was at length proposed, as a matter of convenience, that Sulla should save time by publishing a short list, containing the few names of those whom he did not intend to sacrifice. – The Comic History of Rome by Gilbert Abbott Becket
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