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Club

A group of underwriters who do not need to proceed to form a syndicate.
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Pickwick, Sir:- I address you upon the subject of sin the sinner I mean is a man named Winkle who makes trouble in his club by laughing and sometimes won't write his piece in this fine paper I hope you will pardon his badness and let him send a French fable because he can't write out of his head as he has so many lessons to do and no brains in future I will try to take time by the fetlock and prepare some work which will be all commy la fo that means all right I am in haste as it is nearly school time
Now the lioness crouched herself to spring, growling terribly, but the lad with the club did not wait for her onset.
When the remedy that is in the handle of the club is warmed by your hand it will penetrate throughout your body.
The way in which he got admission to this exclusive club was simple enough.
But it was on leaving this club," said he, "my father disappeared.
If Antaeus observed that the battle was going hard against his little allies, he generally stopped laughing, and ran with mile-long strides to their assistance, flourishing his club aloft and shouting at the cranes, who quacked and croaked, and retreated as fast as they could.
The May-Day dance, for instance, was to be discerned on the afternoon under notice, in the guise of the club revel, or "club-walking," as it was there called.
Whether it was that Archibald pressed too much or pressed too little, whether it was that his club deviated from the dotted line which joined the two points A and B in the illustrated plate of the man making the brassy shot in the
When Newland Archer opened the door at the back of the club box the curtain had just gone up on the garden scene.
He led the mazurka at the Arkharovs' ball, talked about the war with Field Marshal Kamenski, visited the English Club, and was on intimate terms with a colonel of forty to whom Denisov had introduced
Oh,' she would reply promptly, 'you canna expect me to be sharp in the uptake when I am no' a member of a club.
They were the family of William, one of our club waiters who had been disappointing me grievously of late.