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Historical Examples

acor waited respectfully while Earle was speaking and, when the latter had finished, gave the order to dismount.
In Search of El Dorado Harry Collingwood

The introduction having been effected, acor addressed himself at some length and with much gesture to Earle.
In Search of El Dorado Harry Collingwood

Let him turn over the command for the moment, to acor, and come with us.
In Search of El Dorado Harry Collingwood

A few minutes later, these having arrived, acor presented himself, and by signs invited the two white men to follow him.
In Search of El Dorado Harry Collingwood

The two led horses were then brought forward, and with a gesture of deference, acor invited his two guests—or were they prisoners?
In Search of El Dorado Harry Collingwood


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