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  • How much water does an ordinary family need for all purposes in a day? Cited from Vocational Guidance for Girls, by Marguerite Stockman Dickson
  • Subsequently he was much less the poet than the all-purpose writer.
  • Now the college has beautiful and state of the art separate buildings for all purposes.
  • But the local area will not be the same for all purposes. Cited from The Unity of Civilization, by Various, Ed. by F.S. Marvin
  • A number of types of sign are available for use on all purpose roads.
  • As a result, he also led the team in All-purpose yards.
  • He set several single-season and career receiving records, as well as all-purpose yards records.
  • He finished third in the nation in all-purpose yards.
  • It will be said that the American cars are good enough for all purposes. Cited from North America, Vol. 1, by Anthony Trollope
  • That, however, was as good for all purposes as any other could possibly be. Cited from The Grammar School Boys in Summer Athletics, by H. Irving Hancock
  • The new day begins at this point for almost all purposes.
  • Smith finished the season ranked sixth in the nation in all-purpose yards.
  • It was restored to become an all-purpose room, which still serves the community today.
  • He also tied for the national title in all-purpose running and was third in scoring.
  • Classes were first held in the all-purpose building.
  • There are always things enough in it for all purposes. Cited from More Jonathan Papers, by Elisabeth Woodbridge
  • Adopted children are regarded, for all purposes, as the natural children of their adopted parents.
  • I release the image into public domain for all purposes and uses.
  • He led Pitt in all-purpose yards all four years that he played.
  • No one of them is best for all purposes. Cited from Creative Chemistry, by Edwin E. Slosson
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