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- " You see, you feel that nothing can change you," she elucidated further, " and you are perfectly sure of yourself, from your old standpoint. - "Sisters", Kathleen Norris.
- However, I do all that is possible, and only ask my readers to remember that this bald catalogue will be elucidated further on in the article. - "Oscar Wilde", Leonard Cresswell Ingleby.
- Then came the Archdeacon's investigation, which elucidated the Curate's moral integrity, but showed how money subscribed for charity had gone in the church expenses, that ought to have been otherwise provided for. - "The Pillars of the House, V1", Charlotte M. Yonge.