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1 Sometimes the rector came up and preached a sermon.
2 He became a rector of a small parish where he ministered for several years.
3 I declare, thought the rector.
4 Remembering, the rector crossed himself.
5 His grandfather made over, thought the rector.
6 The rector offered his deepest sympathy to Richard's parents.
7 He looked handsome in his uniform, thought the rector.
8 The rector leaned forward and threw up his hand.
9 The rector put Barnabas on his longest leash.
10 The rector leant against the dresser and watched her as she fetched a vase and arranged the freesias.
11 Though the rector had been here but once before, he felt instantly at home.
12 The Rector walked in on Freddie the lion and his sleeping mate.
13 Before that the rector of Worth travelled the four miles along the Priest's Way to officiate at Swanage.
14 The rector beside him in the moonlight that lay like a platinum sheen over the lawn of Meadowgate Farm.
15 The country preacher led the village rector up the steps and into the dim interior of the oldest store in several counties.
16 With the rector, however, Arthur still can not bring the conversation around to the confession he once planned to make.
17 The rector felt suddenly weakened, as if the anger had seeped into his own bones, his own spirit.
18 A former grocer from Rector Street, at twenty he had gone bankrupt trying to run a cigar store on Pearl Street.
19 When Arthur Donnithorne and Rector Irwine step into her kitchen, her anxiety is relieved by their geniality.
20 Towards the rector he was a polite listener,[www.Sentencedict.com] a concession to the man's advanced years and his calling.
21 The rector noticed that Cynthia Coppersmith was letting her tears fall without shame.
22 A feeling of great peace descended upon the rector despite the preoccupations of the errand in hand.
23 The new rector appointed in his place had leased a house to the plaintiff Philips, who had been evicted by Bury.
24 Sometimes they had to attend the fashionable church in Mayfair where Canon Broome's brother-in-law was rector.
25 This college has come to life and advanced considerably under the direction of its very live wire Rector Mr Jocelyn Stevens.
26 I've recently moved into a village which has a rector.
27 Mule Skinner had no qualms about taking full credit for an act of providence, thought the rector.
28 These days we have dealt very satisfactorily with the problem; we have made the rector as poor as the vicar!
29 Dooley stepped back and cursed with such vehemence that the rector stared in disbelief.
30 An Episcopal church in Vermont where my uncle was the rector.
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