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Michel had blunderingly opened the tap of the apparatus to the full.
He hesitated, awkward and bashful, shifted his weight from one leg to the other, then blunderingly gripped my hand in a hearty shake.
38) In 1880, the Auckland Star's 'Afternoon at the Kawau' reported, blunderingly, that the 'secret treaty' was signed by Thurloe and Meadows, but added the compensatory nugget of information that, though of 'extraordinary historic importance', the document was so secret that 'even Mr Carlyle' had no knowledge of it until alerted by Grey, but 'he felt too old now to re-write his book, but he hoped that the correction would be made in future editions'.
But there these ecclesiastical eminences are erring and erring very blunderingly at that.