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a written account of what transpired at a meeting

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My friends," said he, "it is twenty minutes past ten.
Two minutes more passed while the doctor was putting on his boots, and two minutes more while the doctor put on his coat and combed his hair.
Jerry of course came back to the stand, but in about ten minutes one of the shopmen called him, so we drew up to the pavement.
If there is a drop of red blood in the man the count will break in upon a very pretty love scene in about fifteen minutes from now.
I kept quiet, with my ears cocked, about fifteen minutes, I reckon.
Pardon me," he rejoined; "I am pledged to occupy three minutes only.
A priest went about among them with a cross: and there was about five minutes of time left for him to live.
Two minutes later I heard Apollon's deliberate footsteps.
And all to make two minutes grow where one grew before?
I'm afraid I am, sir,' said Alice; `I can't remember things as I used--and I don't keep the same size for ten minutes together
The cab stopped before the railway station at twenty minutes past eight.
Somebody told, I reckon; for in about eight or ten minutes them two pals come tearing forrard as tight as they could jump and darted ashore and was gone.
The impertinence of the Eltons, which for a few minutes had threatened to ruin the rest of her evening, had been the occasion of some of its highest satisfactions; and she looked forward to another happy resultthe cure of Harriet's infatuation.
Do you think she would listen to a declaration from me during that six or eight minutes under those circumstances?
In ten minutes more Jurgis had pulled off his coat and overshirt, and set his teeth together and gone to work.