The Adventure of the Empty House – Part 4

Put the sentences of the story in the correct order.
Put the sentences of the story in the correct order.
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The evidence of those who had played with him — Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, and Colonel Moran — showed that the game was whist, and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards.

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It came out in evidence that, in partnership with Colonel Moran, he had actually won as much as four hundred and twenty pounds in a sitting, some weeks before, from Godfrey Milner and Lord Balmoral.

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It was shown that, after dinner on the day of his death, he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club.

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His fortune was a considerable one, and such a loss could not in any way affect him.

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Adair might have lost five pounds, but not more.

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Ronald Adair was fond of cards — playing continually, but never for such stakes as would hurt him. He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the Bagatelle card clubs.

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He had also played there in the afternoon.

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He had played nearly every day at one club or other, but he was a cautious player, and usually rose a winner.

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So much for his recent history as it came out at the inquest.

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The evidence of those who had played with him — Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, and Colonel Moran — showed that the game was whist, and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards.

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It came out in evidence that, in partnership with Colonel Moran, he had actually won as much as four hundred and twenty pounds in a sitting, some weeks before, from Godfrey Milner and Lord Balmoral.

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It was shown that, after dinner on the day of his death, he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club.

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His fortune was a considerable one, and such a loss could not in any way affect him.

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Adair might have lost five pounds, but not more.

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Ronald Adair was fond of cards — playing continually, but never for such stakes as would hurt him. He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the Bagatelle card clubs.

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He had also played there in the afternoon.

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He had played nearly every day at one club or other, but he was a cautious player, and usually rose a winner.

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So much for his recent history as it came out at the inquest.

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The evidence of those who had played with him — Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, and Colonel Moran — showed that the game was whist, and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards.

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It came out in evidence that, in partnership with Colonel Moran, he had actually won as much as four hundred and twenty pounds in a sitting, some weeks before, from Godfrey Milner and Lord Balmoral.

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It was shown that, after dinner on the day of his death, he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club.

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His fortune was a considerable one, and such a loss could not in any way affect him.

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Adair might have lost five pounds, but not more.

Unselect

Ronald Adair was fond of cards — playing continually, but never for such stakes as would hurt him. He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the Bagatelle card clubs.

Unselect

He had also played there in the afternoon.

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He had played nearly every day at one club or other, but he was a cautious player, and usually rose a winner.

Unselect

So much for his recent history as it came out at the inquest.

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The evidence of those who had played with him — Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, and Colonel Moran — showed that the game was whist, and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards.

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It came out in evidence that, in partnership with Colonel Moran, he had actually won as much as four hundred and twenty pounds in a sitting, some weeks before, from Godfrey Milner and Lord Balmoral.

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It was shown that, after dinner on the day of his death, he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club.

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His fortune was a considerable one, and such a loss could not in any way affect him.

Unselect

Adair might have lost five pounds, but not more.

Unselect

Ronald Adair was fond of cards — playing continually, but never for such stakes as would hurt him. He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the Bagatelle card clubs.

Unselect

He had also played there in the afternoon.

Unselect

He had played nearly every day at one club or other, but he was a cautious player, and usually rose a winner.

Unselect

So much for his recent history as it came out at the inquest.

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The evidence of those who had played with him — Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, and Colonel Moran — showed that the game was whist, and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards.

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It came out in evidence that, in partnership with Colonel Moran, he had actually won as much as four hundred and twenty pounds in a sitting, some weeks before, from Godfrey Milner and Lord Balmoral.

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It was shown that, after dinner on the day of his death, he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club.

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His fortune was a considerable one, and such a loss could not in any way affect him.

Unselect

Adair might have lost five pounds, but not more.

Unselect

Ronald Adair was fond of cards — playing continually, but never for such stakes as would hurt him. He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the Bagatelle card clubs.

Unselect

He had also played there in the afternoon.

Unselect

He had played nearly every day at one club or other, but he was a cautious player, and usually rose a winner.

Unselect

So much for his recent history as it came out at the inquest.

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The evidence of those who had played with him — Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, and Colonel Moran — showed that the game was whist, and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards.

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It came out in evidence that, in partnership with Colonel Moran, he had actually won as much as four hundred and twenty pounds in a sitting, some weeks before, from Godfrey Milner and Lord Balmoral.

Unselect

It was shown that, after dinner on the day of his death, he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club.

Unselect

His fortune was a considerable one, and such a loss could not in any way affect him.

Unselect

Adair might have lost five pounds, but not more.

Unselect

Ronald Adair was fond of cards — playing continually, but never for such stakes as would hurt him. He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the Bagatelle card clubs.

Unselect

He had also played there in the afternoon.

Unselect

He had played nearly every day at one club or other, but he was a cautious player, and usually rose a winner.

Unselect

So much for his recent history as it came out at the inquest.

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The evidence of those who had played with him — Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, and Colonel Moran — showed that the game was whist, and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards.

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It came out in evidence that, in partnership with Colonel Moran, he had actually won as much as four hundred and twenty pounds in a sitting, some weeks before, from Godfrey Milner and Lord Balmoral.

Unselect

It was shown that, after dinner on the day of his death, he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club.

Unselect

His fortune was a considerable one, and such a loss could not in any way affect him.

Unselect

Adair might have lost five pounds, but not more.

Unselect

Ronald Adair was fond of cards — playing continually, but never for such stakes as would hurt him. He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the Bagatelle card clubs.

Unselect

He had also played there in the afternoon.

Unselect

He had played nearly every day at one club or other, but he was a cautious player, and usually rose a winner.

Unselect

So much for his recent history as it came out at the inquest.

Unselect

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The evidence of those who had played with him — Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, and Colonel Moran — showed that the game was whist, and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards.

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It came out in evidence that, in partnership with Colonel Moran, he had actually won as much as four hundred and twenty pounds in a sitting, some weeks before, from Godfrey Milner and Lord Balmoral.

Unselect

It was shown that, after dinner on the day of his death, he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club.

Unselect

His fortune was a considerable one, and such a loss could not in any way affect him.

Unselect

Adair might have lost five pounds, but not more.

Unselect

Ronald Adair was fond of cards — playing continually, but never for such stakes as would hurt him. He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the Bagatelle card clubs.

Unselect

He had also played there in the afternoon.

Unselect

He had played nearly every day at one club or other, but he was a cautious player, and usually rose a winner.

Unselect

So much for his recent history as it came out at the inquest.

Unselect

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The evidence of those who had played with him — Mr. Murray, Sir John Hardy, and Colonel Moran — showed that the game was whist, and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards.

Unselect

It came out in evidence that, in partnership with Colonel Moran, he had actually won as much as four hundred and twenty pounds in a sitting, some weeks before, from Godfrey Milner and Lord Balmoral.

Unselect

It was shown that, after dinner on the day of his death, he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club.

Unselect

His fortune was a considerable one, and such a loss could not in any way affect him.

Unselect

Adair might have lost five pounds, but not more.

Unselect

Ronald Adair was fond of cards — playing continually, but never for such stakes as would hurt him. He was a member of the Baldwin, the Cavendish, and the Bagatelle card clubs.

Unselect

He had also played there in the afternoon.

Unselect

He had played nearly every day at one club or other, but he was a cautious player, and usually rose a winner.

Unselect

So much for his recent history as it came out at the inquest.

Unselect