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She was alone-but Constance was there.
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Harley alone-but Levy had so positively assured him that Harley was not sincerely anxious for Egerton; and as to the more important explanation relative to Peschiera, surely what had satisfied Violante's father ought to satisfy a man who had no peculiar right to demand explanations at all; and if these explanations did not satisfy, the onus to disprove them must rest with Harley; and who or what could contradict Randal's plausible assertions,-assertions in support of which he himself could summon a witness in Baron Levy?
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To-night he must be alone-but a day would come.
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One would suppose that after so many unsuccessful attempts to ruin me, he would have left me alone,-but not so with Lewis: he had the ambition of a Bonaparte; and doubtless had he possessed the advantages of an education, instead of having been born and bred a slave, he might, like an Alexander or Napoleon, have astonished the world with his deeds of daring.
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I've just said, and know as an empirical fact, that you've got to do the job alone-but I can't seem to help putting my big, flat foot in it by blundering in anyway.
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I can't do it alone-but give me the desire of my heart, oh, Lord, and I will never tremble or turn back or be afraid.
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And, O best of the Kurus, thou hast not been taken by an animal of the lower order, having strength alone,-but this (hath been so) by reason only of the boon I have received.
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Examples of Alone-but

Example #1
From the next room came a regular, muffled, oratorical sound, as though some one had begun many years ago to address a meeting and had forgotten to leave off and never would leave off.
Example #2
Constance put her lips forward.
Example #3
And the verses in question had another attraction for Leonard: they seemed to express some struggle akin to his own,-some complaint against the actual condition of the writer's life, some sweet melodious murmurs at fortune.
Example #4
Yet this is the kind of poetry most pleasing to the young.
Example #5
Resistless Time would strike his hour!
Example #6
Nor even, should it halt, did he feel up to watching those indifferent, incurious passengers who little recked that a future screen idol in natty plush hat and belted coat amusedly surveyed them.