At three o'clock

At three o'clock   
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But at three o'clock he shook out the reins over the trotters and turned into the by-roads leading to Portsmouth.
At three o'clock one met little girls in white dresses and little boys in the round-collared shirts of the time, hurrying along the sidewalk on their way to the tent.
At three o'clock on the morning of the twenty-first of June, we were awakened and notified that the Azores islands were in sight.
Batulcar, was to commence at three o'clock, and soon the deafening instruments of a Japanese orchestra resounded at the door.
At three o'clock she too went away, promising to come to dinner.
I say, 'All the time you make start at five o'clock.' 'To-morrow,' he says, 'we will start at three o'clock.' I laugh in great bitterness, and I say, 'You are dead man.' And he says, 'To-morrow we will start at three o'clock.'
"And we start at three o'clock, for I am their man, and that which they say is to be done, I do.
You are engaged at three o'clock; you are going to see the batch of to-day executed.--You?"
consideration, that Miss Pross and Jerry, who were at liberty to leave the city, should leave it at three o'clock in the lightest- wheeled conveyance known to that period.
Take me in at the cathedral, at Three o'Clock, or as near it as you can, and I am sure it will be better than our going from here.
The next day at three o'clock we were again at the door, and the footmen as before; we heard the silk dress rustle and the lady came down the steps, and in an imperious voice she said, "York, you must put those horses' heads higher; they are not fit to be seen."
When he arrived home at three o'clock he was looking as white as a sheet, and his lips were quivering.