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Usage examples for ion

  1. However, he got Marion, and also, as usual, the two men who had made a practice of taking away his money- Major Belwether and Lord Alderdene. – The Fighting Chance by Robert W. Chambers
  2. But Marion wouldn't be stopped. – The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield
  3. Marion, what would you think of a day- scholar who would stand shivering outside your doors for this length of time? – The Chautauqua Girls At Home by Pansy, AKA Isabella M. Alden
  4. But Marion Sanford had no such weakness. – Marion's Faith. by Charles King
  5. Chester was silent, and after glancing at him, Marion spoke- " He is better; sleeping well, and in less pain." – Blind Policy by George Manville Fenn
  6. Marion continued:- " The teaching was too easy for him- besides he didn't like it. – One Woman's Life by Robert Herrick
  7. The historian Ion has preserved the argument which had most effect upon the Athenians, and says that Kimon besought them not to endure to see Greece lame of one foot and Athens pulling without her yoke- fellow. – Plutarch's Lives, Volume II by Aubrey Stewart & George Long
  8. Whom could she call but him,- Mrs. Stannard and Marion being away? – Marion's Faith. by Charles King
  9. Aunt Wealthy and Lottie came to Ion within a fortnight after the return from Viamede; and while the former divided the rest of her stay at the South between Ion and the Oaks, Lottie spent nearly the whole of hers with Elsie. – Elsie's Womanhood by Martha Finley
  10. Its last stage was taken in the Ion family carriage, which was found waiting for them at the depot. – Elsie's Womanhood by Martha Finley
  11. Almost if- if you have not to return to Ion to- night. – Elsie's Womanhood by Martha Finley
  12. " You, Marion, of course. – Blind Policy by George Manville Fenn
  13. " Marion would like to have a plant," said Lucy. – Libro segundo de lectura by Ellen M. Cyr
  14. All well at Ion? – Grandmother Elsie by Martha Finley
  15. Any time that the sodium ion can find an electron to take the place of the one it lost it will welcome it. – Letters of a Radio-Engineer to His Son by John Mills
  16. We all take tea by invitation at Ion to- day; that is, we of the Oaks, including Aunt Wealthy and Miss King. – Elsie's Womanhood by Martha Finley
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