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But all these are but dreams and fables, and dim hints of unknown lands.
She thought of the fire at Pale Lick, of which she had received hints from several people.
If there was some extraordinary, reality behind his mysterious hints, it would need patience and skill to test it.
In 1850 his first book was published by the Harpers, "Hints toward Reform," composed of ten lectures and twenty essays.
The gospel of John also hints at the existence in the primitive church of Christians who did not accept the reality of Jesus.
I had nothing to say to these words: they were not new to me: my very first recollections of existence included hints of the same kind.
To his friends this reformation was as pleasing as it was unexpected; and Borri gave obscure hints that it had been brought about by some miraculous manifestation of a superior power.
And no teacher, not to say no woman, could have failed to be pleased at the thorough painstaking with which he followed the slightest of her hints, and the delight his flushed face would reveal when she praised the success he had achieved.