secretary


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He SAID it was to his mother," suggested the secretary gloomily.
Remy, the secretary, had foreseen the order and called the inspector at once.
Which should it be," said the secretary, "but he who is seated in the chair?
Everything appeared as usual -- the precious secretary in its place, and the key in the secretary.
I knew two, that were competitors for the secretary's place in Queen Elizabeth's time, and yet kept good quarter between themselves; and would confer, one with another, upon the business; and the one of them said, That to be a secretary, in the declination of a monarchy, was a ticklish thing, and that he did not affect it: the other straight caught up those words, and discoursed with divers of his friends, that he had no reason to desire to be secretary, in the declination of a monarchy.
The secretary had turned the latch-key in the door, only to be hauled back by the collar as the door stood open, and the light from the inner room was seen streaming upon the banisters at the foot of the narrow stairs.
She paused for a moment and then said: "If you don't pay next Saturday, I shall 'ave to complain to the secretary of the 'ospital.
The presence of the secretary as an intermediary was, he judged, essential in this case.
That secretary I have mentioned, on leaving the tent, thought he perceived a faint and sad smile glide over the lips of M.
The assistant secretary had heard of Caproni and his discoveries, but admitted that he never had taken much stock in the one nor the other.
His secretary approached Bransome and touched him on the shoulder.
I am the Baron D'Evignon," he announced, "second secretary at the Embassy here.
You may not have realized it yet, but if you will consider the matter carefully, I think you will agree with me that a secretary, or companion of some sort, is exactly what you do need.
If des Lupeaulx had not been a general- secretary he would certainly have been a journalist.
As Peter Winn's secretary it was his task to weed out, sort, and classify his employer's mail.