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  • I was now more than a thousand miles from home, without a friend or any means to procure one. Cited from Life Of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, by J. Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw
  • He was wondering in his own mind how he should be able to procure one. Cited from At Agincourt, by G. A. Henty
  • I merely wish you to feel that you can procure one without inconveniencing me. Cited from Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee
  • Can you tell me where I can procure one? Cited from Letters of Horace Walpole, V4,Horace Walpole
  • They managed to procure one last round of ammunition for each man.
  • And now, at five-and-twenty, she couldn't procure one of them for herself. Cited from The Judgment of Eve, by May Sinclair
  • Perhaps I may be able to procure one of the ladies of my family to attend you. Cited from Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9),by Samuel Richardson
  • What if he should get into a train without a ticket, or send a guard to procure one for him? Cited from Life in London, by Edwin Hodder
  • Only two or three, however, were seen, and we were not fortunate enough to procure one. Cited from The Voyage Of H.M.S. Rattlesnake, Vol. 1 of 2, by John MacGillivray
  • I had no light, nor could I procure one, so I dressed and went on deck until morning. Cited from Five Years in New Zealand, by Robert B. Booth
  • Do not fail to procure one or more of these noted volumes. Cited from Dewey and Other Naval Commanders, by Edward S. Ellis
  • I had no other chicken; and by what means, at such an hour, could I procure one! Cited from Private Life of Napoleon, V7, by Constant
  • "You shall have a pardon, if money or influence can procure one." Cited from The Gold Hunter's Adventures, by William H. Thomes
  • Rest assured that the director will provide the locomotive instead of the second automobile if he can procure one. Cited from Writing the Photoplay, by J. Berg Esenwein and Arthur Leeds
  • He afterward learned that they had applied for a search-warrant, but could not procure one. Cited from Isaac T. Hopper, by L. Maria Child
  • If he could but procure one or two monied men as partners in the house, the thing was settled. Cited from Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 337, November 1843, Vol. 54
  • If you haven't such a board, it would be well to procure one, as it can be used for many purposes. Cited from Crayon and Character: Truth Made Clear Through Eye and Ear, by Griswold
  • To-day, as I found when I tried to procure one to use in this book, they are worth many times their face value. Cited from Real Soldiers of Fortune, Richard H. Davis
  • I sent my groom for a new girth and found it would take quite an hour to procure one from the village. Cited from The Black Wolf's Breed, by Harris Dickson
  • "But once more, sir, you cannot make me believe that it so difficult to procure one hundred thousand francs in two hours." Cited from The Mysteries of Paris V2, by Eugene Sue
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