Examples from the Web for goodall
In a statement, Goodall said that the copying was “unintentional,” despite the large amount of “borrowing” she engaged in.
Goodall was apparently so moved by the book that she failed to notice that it was, in fact, famously written by Thomas de Quincey.
Daws told the Post that he has no recollection of ever having spoken to Goodall—a conversation one imagines he would remember.
An added sentence—possibly from an actual interview Goodall conducted with Aplin—followed by a pilfered (and truncated) one.
In the very next sentence, Goodall writes that “by the 1890s, nine hundred tons of opium per year were being imported into China.”
During these seventeen months he gained a valuable friend in Captain Goodall, whose regard he preserved to the end of his life.
Without the alterations, the letter is printed in Goodall, vol.Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587|Various
Building ground near the town was rising in value; and she had been advised by Mr. Goodall to part with her little estate.Rachel Ray|Anthony Trollope
But as he does not give any authority for this assertion, we have preferred following Knox, Goodall, and Robertson.
If Goodall and Chalmers have done this, their learning is comparatively useless, and their labour has been nearly lost.