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n a communication, usually printed, that states office policies or practice limitations to the public and profession.
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I asked leave, however, to look it over in my turn, and at the very first page I opened I found that the editor had enriched his small stock of news by drawing upon our family affairs, and had published my sister's marriage engagement, among his other announcements, copied from the London papers, of Marriages in High Life.
And that if she has not, so much the better; but still I don't wish to have the honour of making announcements to her.
Damon's rather startling announcement, Tom and Ned looked at one another.
A certain degree of ceremony settled upon them with the announcement of dinner.
Hussey's clam and cod announcement, I thought I would try a little experiment.
And he clung to Catherine's arm, striving to detain her; but at that announcement she hastily disengaged herself, and whistled to Minny, who obeyed her like a dog.
He walked back discontentedly; and so fell into his father's clutches, totally unprepared for the pending announcement, in that formidable quarter, of his departure for London.
Now, don't let my announcement of the name make you uncomfortable, Sydney," said Mr.
My depression was not alleviated by the announcement, for, I had supposed that establishment to be an hotel kept by Mr.
There were little wings of haste upon his feet, and he came straight to me, with the air of the Angel Gabriel about to make his divine announcement.
They were more excited than they need have been, that is to say, more excited than any one need be by the announcement of the suicide of a chief scene-shifter.
As the full import of my announcement bore in upon them a great cry arose from the decks of the flagship, and a moment later the colors of the Princess of Helium broke from a hundred points upon her upper works.