convenient distances

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  • He stood at a convenient distance from them, without making any remark. Cited from Daniel Deronda, by George Eliot
  • The birds find some forest where the trees are very high and large, and at a convenient distance from the water. Cited from True Stories About Dogs and Cats, by Follen
  • Men living at convenient distances along the route were in communication with one another. Cited from The Life of Abraham Lincoln, by Henry Ketcham
  • They live at such a convenient distance; and it will be such a treat to the children. Cited from Confessions of a Housekeeper, by T.S. Arthur
  • The major takes post at a convenient distance in front of the center and facing the battalion. Cited from Infantry Drill Regulations, United States Army, 1911, by War Department
  • "Mary, I wish you would take your sweethearts to a more convenient distance." Cited from The Poacher, by Frederick Marryat
  • You wish him well -- at a convenient distance. Cited from Aliens or Americans?, by Howard B. Grose
  • Several out-houses stood at convenient distances from the house. Cited from Southern Lights and Shadows, by Various
  • And, then, you know, the house is at such a convenient distance, and the stages pass the door at every half hour. Cited from Confessions of a Housekeeper, by T.S. Arthur
  • Others of the force are scattered through the grounds at such convenient distances that one of them is always within call. Cited from Lights and Shadows of New York Life, by James D. McCabe
  • We were still at a convenient distance from the city; but, our friends, all at once, seemed to have forgotten us. Cited from Confessions of a Housekeeper, by T.S. Arthur
  • The garden should always be within convenient distance of the farmhouse. Cited from Agriculture for Beginners, by Burkett, Stevens and Hill
  • The railway station was only twenty miles away, which is to this day considered quite a convenient distance in Navarre. Cited from The Velvet Glove, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • If you assist a lady to mount, hold your hand at a convenient distance from the ground, that she may place her foot in it. Cited from Routledge's Manual of Etiquette, Pub. by George Routledge & Sons
  • Others of the force are scattered through the grounds at such convenient distances, that one of them is always within call. Cited from The Secrets Of The Great City, by E. Martin
  • Having relegated them to this convenient distance, Lansing shut himself up with his book. Cited from The Glimpses of the Moon, by Edith Wharton
  • "You are fighting on your side at a very convenient distance from the battle-ground, Percy." Cited from Fighting for the Right, by Oliver Optic
  • This same ring may be suspended from the ceiling, at a convenient distance from the floor. Cited from Games for Everybody, by May C. Hofmann
  • But back to the city we removed; and, when next we venture to the country, will take good care to get beyond a convenient distance. Cited from Confessions of a Housekeeper, by T.S. Arthur
  • That is neither too large nor too small, and it is such a convenient distance from your office; besides the grounds are delightful. Cited from The Wedding Guest, by T.S. Arthur
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