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    One day, Bartoli marched in

    Can "march in" be used for an ordinary person? Isn't it for soldiers' walking?

    5 Sighing deeply, the client withdrew again. Just how long would this take? Who knew?

    Another three, then four months passed and finally half a year went by.
    One day, Bartoli marched in, demanding of l’bbaye to see his portrait,


    “You must be finished by now. Today I will see it!”he shouted, shaking with frustration.

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    Re: One day, Bartoli marched in

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Can "march in" be used for an ordinary person? Isn't it for soldiers' walking?
    Anybody can march. The client strode in purposefully and with determination.


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    Last edited by Rover_KE; 18-Sep-2014 at 11:09.

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