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to a tolerably worthy extent

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I was not surprised by Caddy's being in low spirits when we went downstairs, or by her sobbing afresh on my neck, or by her saying she would far rather have been scolded than treated with such indifference, or by her confiding to me that she was so poor in clothes that how she was ever to be married creditably she didn't know.
They joined the boys who had brought it out, all small School-house fellows, friends of East; and Tom had the pleasure of trying his skill, and performed very creditably, after first driving his foot three inches into the ground, and then nearly kicking his leg into the air, in vigorous efforts to accomplish a drop-kick after the manner of East.
Successful at Wexford in October and impressive conqueror of Miss Eyecatcher, right, in Clonmel, she ran creditably when beaten less than 10 lengths in fourth spot behind stable-companion Death Duty in the Drinmore at Fairyhouse.
France had struck with a Teddy Thomas try, and then found a penalty try early in a second period in which they went on to creditably test the Kiwis.
The Spaniard looked as if he might run away with the match, but Shapovalov creditably fought back to make it two tiebreaks in as many sets.
Ahmed Abbas Saldera will be the star attraction, who performed creditably in the Asian championship last month.
It will soon be known if Leeds has performed creditably or not, but no one will die unnecessarily while the answer is sought.
The four-year-old filly has performed creditably without success at the top level, most notably in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe when she was second to Danedream last autumn.
Kim Jong Un's leadership provides a sure guarantee for creditably carrying to completion the revolutionary cause .
He died just over a year ago, one of the fortunate and favoured few to have been creditably compared with the celebrated Charlie Chaplin in their contribution to comedy.
In bringing in a clutch of highly-rated youngsters, all of whom performed creditably, Capello was throwing himself at the mercy of Arsene Wenger and Roberto Mancini, knowing any extended absences for Kieran Gibbs, Jack Wilshere, Adam Johnson and Joe Hart will bring their international ambitions to a grinding halt.
We took chances with him earlier in the season on ground softer than he likes, but he has run creditably each time.
Things did not pan out ideally in a slowly-run race at York last time but he still ran creditably and looks a cut above his rivals in this handicap.
So does the Tony Cruz-trained Floral Pegasus, who has been performing creditably at the highest level in Hong Kong.
This exhibition, and others, are in danger of giving Gateshead a sleazy and vacuous image to replace that gradually and creditably achieved in recent years by, among other of the borough's accomplishments, the spectacular superiority of Gateshead's Millennium Bridge in comparison with the modest but expensive trampoline a couple of miles down the Thames from here.