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I admit that Number One leaves much to be desired--much to be desired; but Number Two shows a marked advance along certain lines, and I am sure that tomorrow will divulge in experiment Number Three such strides as will forever silence any propensity toward scoffing which you may now entertain.
Sing Lee who stood just without the trap door through which he was about to pass Professor Maxon's evening meal to him could not be blamed for overhearing the conversation, though it may have been culpable in him in making no effort to divulge his presence, and possibly equally unpraiseworthy, as well as lacking in romance, to attribute the doctor's avowal to his knowledge of the heavy chest.
Where a member or any person specifically participating in any in-camera proceedings, divulges or discloses any information regarding any part of the proceedings or comments or speeches or opinions expressed therein, such member or other persons, as the case may be, shall be required to appear before the House Business Advisory Committee, and after being given an adequate opportunity to explain the disclosure attributed to him, may be suspended for a term not exceeding thirty consecutive sitting of the House".
I'd never divulge what Jesse says unless he divulges it first.
Melisande divulges the truth to Rapunzel, as the tinker and his boy aid them in traveling a long distance to a tower, in which a girl named Rue is held prisoner.
Without leaving it to gossip, it divulges a charged liaison--potentially beneficial for the artist, problematic for the curator.
The line also divulges the type of insurance that protects consumers, the type of bonding that offers the best shield, the ways to verify a vendor's reliability, the size of shred that is most secure, and company standards for medical and financial industries.