must be very close

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  • This again showed me that it must be very close. Cited from The Ghost Pirates, by William Hope Hodgson
  • Hence both nursing and medical attendance must be very close during this time. Cited from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4, by Various
  • The explosions must be very close to count. Cited from My Year of the War, by Frederick Palmer
  • And very soon, so strongly he deduced the mind must be very close to him, he again found those sinister impressions that had bothered him so much. Cited from Man of Many Minds, by E. Everett Evans
  • As the two came down the trail all unconscious of impending danger, the man was explaining that they must be very close to the point at which the plane had landed. Cited from Tarzan the Untamed, Edgar R. Burroughs
  • The source of the smoke must be very close to Wolf Larsen -- my mind was made up to this, and I went straight to his bunk. Cited from The Sea Wolf, by Jack London
  • Their idea with regard to this kettle was that it was made by some deity who presided over the country where it was found, and that the copper mine must be very close by where the kettle was discovered. Cited from Ottawa and Chippewa, by Andrew J. Blackbird
  • When the French reach the northern edge of this forest, and they must be very close to it now, it will be a simple matter to drop shells into Thiancourt and seriously endanger every train that comes in. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Jun 1915, V. 2, No. 3
  • You must be very close to the bird to appreciate the beauty of this little yodel; for ten feet away it sounds like a faint cluck interrupting the flow of the third note; and a little farther away you cannot hear it at all. Cited from Wilderness Ways, by William J Long
  • Another flash that almost blinded them, quickly followed by a resounding bellow of thunder, announced that the downpour of rain must be very close indeed; doubtless it would descend upon them with that furious gale of wind. Cited from The Outdoor Chums at Cabin Point, by Quincy Allen
  • Zella found it within the next half hour and declared they must be very close to the entrance to the mines; so they followed the path toward the north, Inga going first, and then Zella following him, while Rinkitink brought up the rear riding upon Bilbil's back. Cited from Rinkitink In Oz, by L. Frank Baum [LFB#14]