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    How merry little Emly made herself about it With what a

    rebellious spirit; a violent temper; and an untoward, intractable

    It was a night tide; and soon after we went to bed, Mr Peggotty

    her what had happened I said, “My dear, here’s Doctor Strong

    apron, ‘that it’ll do him more good than pints of liniment May I go

    surprised to find him a meeker man than I had thought, and less

    her head, and her face was covered with blushes Glancing up

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    ‘I beg your pardon,’ observed my aunt with a keen look ‘You

    I had had a hard day’s work, and was pretty well jaded when I

    saw a ticket-porter coming upstairs, with a letter in his hand He

    without any result or enlightenment until dinner-time, when,

    to discharge our pecuniary obligations at this hotel Until the

    to stick to the subject on account of having no other subject ready,

    being so very pressing, however, I said I would take ninepence for

    ‘Besides,’ said Em’ly, as she looked about for shells and

    objectionable practice She always returned, with greater

    comfortably and reputably, for a few years Whatever was

    ‘Mr Dick,’ said my aunt, ‘you have heard me mention David

    She was not afraid. I was afraid that if he put her to death in the condition of his unconsciousness, he would personally hand himself. That year, in the market, the warlock said, "one day, lucky boy will die because of me. How can you be afraid of me?"

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