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the man began quaveringly to question the soldier
- Evidently the microphone held less terror than a sea of faces for Wisher Walska sang over the radio last week as scheduled, prettily, quaveringly, the "Dich teure Halle" from .
- The other three quaveringly took it up: "Banzai, banzai, banzai!" In the chapel, Hirota heard the cries.
- So flustered in Paris was new French Premier Leon Blum last week that Sir George Russell Clerk, the British Ambassador, was called to the Quai d'Orsay and quaveringly told by new .