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It is a fact, sir," he said, "which the various Governments of Europe have realized for many years, in connection with the exchange of communications one with the other.
Coulson," he said, "is not an official communication.
If we should do so, it will not, I am sure, be necessary to say to you that any communication we may make on the subject tonight will be from men to a man of honor, and must be accepted as such.
But up to the present moment no direct communication has been established with her.
Nevertheless, I am bound to add that some practical geniuses have attempted to establish actual communication with her.
As to personal communication: it seems that there was personal communication between him and your mother.
My mother, let me remind you,' said Clennam, 'was first brought into communication with him in the unlucky course of business.
The difference between a direct importation from abroad, and an indirect importation through the channel of a neighboring State, in small parcels, according to time and opportunity, with the additional facilities of inland communication, must be palpable to every man of discernment.
I never held any communication with either of them.
An electric thread puts it in communication with the screw, and the needle indicates the real speed.
The liberty of communication cannot be mine till it has lost all its value
But how can we do all this, my friend, without letting my father know we were in communication with each other?

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