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  • Allowance should be made for the fact that the railway station is some distance from the town. Cited from Stonehenge, by Frank Stevens
  • If this is so, a good deal of allowance should be made. Cited from My Native Land, by James Cox
  • No doubt large allowances should be made for him. Cited from Fray Luis de Leo'n, by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly
  • However, allowance should be made; for there is a great difference. Cited from Life Of Johnson, Volume 5, by Boswell
  • Allowance should be made for very poor state if repairs would be uneconomical.
  • Moreover, allowance should be made for the spirit of opposition found in Church members, as well as in other people. Cited from Practical Essays, by Alexander Bain
  • What allowance should be made for doors and windows? Cited from Scientific American, Volume 36, No. 8, February 24, 1877
  • But Hawthorne was no longer what he had been, and allowance should be made for this. Cited from Life and Genius of Hawthorne,Frank Preston Stearns
  • "Where there is a willingness, without present ability, some allowances should be made." Cited from Lessons in Life, by T.S. Arthur
  • All allowances should be made for the war. Cited from The Mountebank, by William J. Locke
  • And when you do correct, do not forget to make allowances, if there be any reason why allowance should be made. Cited from Etiquette, by Emily Post
  • Dr. Campbell absolutely refused to advance his ward any money till his next quarterly allowance should become due. Cited from Tales And Novels, Volume 1, by Maria Edgeworth
  • I do think every allowance should be made to southern politicians for their nervous anxiety about their political powers and the safety of slaves. Cited from Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet, Sherman
  • He was very rude, it must be confessed; but, some allowance should be made for him, all things considered. Cited from Bob Strong's Holidays, by John Conroy Hutcheson
  • The impact stresses depend so much on local conditions that it is difficult to fix what allowance should be made. Cited from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3
  • If dear little Ruth has not behaved quite as we might have expected, great allowance should be made for a girl with so much money. Cited from Lorna Doone, by R. D. Blackmore
  • Harry had committed such a sin that no shilling of allowance should evermore be paid to him. Cited from Mr. Scarborough's Family, by Anthony Trollope
  • He held that the allowance should be graded according to one's merit with reference to Islam.
  • In principle, the allowance should reflect the distance that the representative must travel and in particular whether overnight accommodation will be needed.
  • Due allowance should be made for restiveness manifested by some more nervous animals when the surroundings are strange and unusual. Cited from Lameness of the Horse, by John Victor Lacroix
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