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The allegory, at the outset, even in Spenser's own statement, is confused and hazy.
Spenser strangely planned to narrate this beginning of the whole in his final Book, but even if it had been properly placed at the outset it would have served only as a loose enveloping action for a series of stories essentially as distinct as those in Malory.
But I am pretty sure that I began right, and that if I had always kept the lofty level which I struck at the outset I should have the right to use authority in these reminiscences without a bad conscience.
Her uncle's was not a manner likely to dispel any doubts or apprehensions she might have formed, in the outset, neither was the glimpse she had had of Madame Mantalini's establishment by any means encouraging.
No one was astonished, then, that the head of the Surete had, at the outset of the mystery of The Yellow Room, telegraphed his precious subordinate to London, where he had been sent on a big case of stolen securities, to return with all haste.
Two more events remain to be added to the chain before it reaches fairly from the outset of the story to the close.
in the confidence which should subsist between us; and you check me in the outset.
At outset of the meeting, HE the Secretary-General of the Advisory Council Fahad bin Mubarak al Khayareen read out the agenda which was agreed upon.
The project enabled all users to visualize the design from the outset using a digital prototype that allowed consultant and sub-contractor input.
He said at the outset his intentions were good, but one unsuccessful trip to Canada led to proffering false documents.
Outset Medical, a company attempting to reimagine the experience of dialysis care for kidney disease patients, has secured $91 million in equity and debt funding.
M2 PHARMA-June 9, 2015-Dialysis Technology Developer Outset Medical Secures USD 91m of New Funding
The book was pulp fiction but Francis Coppola's depiction of family business is a classic from the outset.
At the outset of the meeting, the Minister welcomed the ambassador, lauding the firmness of relations between the two countries and their keenness to enhance them in all fields.
At the conclusion of the seven-year study, women who got more of their calories from protein had higher self-reported physical function, a slower rate of functional decline, greater grip strength at the study's outset, and slower declines in grip strength than women who consumed the fewest calories from protein.