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Some day, if you are in the woods or the fields, and see one bird-or two-acting in this queer way, as though it could not fly or walk, and as though it wanted you to hurry after it and try to catch it-if you see a bird acting that way you may be sure you are near its nest and eggs and this is the way the bird does to get you away.
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I don't drink tea; I don't like it,-if, indeed, you had-" and here he stopped.
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More and more the condition of Mary's mind seemed to her wonderful and enviable-if, indeed, it could be quite as she figured it-if, indeed, simplicity existed for any one of the daughters of women.
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She was glad that her arrangement with Donald Keith was of such a nature that she was really not bound to go on with it-if he should ever come back and remind her of what she had said.
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I'll accept your friendship-be proud of it-return it-if I may keep you from killing another Mormon.
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If it be denied that Christ refers to it,-if its Messianic character be not acknowledged, the first words of Christ are destitute of foundation.
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I don't drink tea; I don't like it-if, indeed, you had,' and here he stopped.
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You wonder, as you look at it-if you have time to look at and wonder about these things-who this Jones may be; and what is the business he conducts with such coy reticence.
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I think I could do it, and I think Murphy will do it-if he only thinks of it.
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In the mean time, your friends outside have been dropping off, one after another, until you find yourself almost alone, nursing your mortal complaint as if it were your baby, hugging it and kept alive by it,-if to exist is to live.
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Since the government had refused to consider accepting his services and paying him a bonus for his plane, he would have to sell it-if he could.
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I can't help it-if I was you I'd get rid o' him. HENSCHEL [_Gets up and goes to the window.
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Sometimes you are in the level open, with marshes thick grown with flag-lances that are ten feet high on the one hand, and potato and onion orchards on the other; next, you are on a hilltop, with the ocean and the islands spread around you; presently the road winds through a deep cut, shut in by perpendicular walls thirty or forty feet high, marked with the oddest and abruptest stratum lines, suggestive of sudden and eccentric old upheavals, and garnished with here and there a clinging adventurous flower, and here and there a dangling vine; and by and by your way is along the sea edge, and you may look down a fathom or two through the transparent water and watch the diamond-like flash and play of the light upon the rocks and sands on the bottom until you are tired of it-if you are so constituted as to be able to get tired of it.
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I'd a' worked extra-I could ha' done it-if it 'adn't been for Timothy.
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Whoever has said it-if anyone has, which I doubt-is no friend of mine.
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What matters it, men say, he will then find rest, commodity, and reputation-what matters it-if he find there but few perfect truths-what matters (men say)-he will find there perfect media, those perfect instruments of getting in the way of perfect truths.
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Oddly ironical-now he came to think of it-if Jon had taken the gruel of his discovery down in the coppice where his mother and Bosinney in those old days had made the plunge of acknowledging their love.
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I am so glad they have sold their cottage here, and that the Fenholtzes have bought it-if they have bought it, as you say you heard.
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It-if I hadn't taken it it would have been wasted on people who were dying," he said.
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If only she did not find it-if only she did not find it!
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Examples of It-if

Example #1
But this particular kind of bird always does that.
Example #2
Not all birds act this way-pretending to be hurt, or that they can't fly-to get people to chase after them, and so keep far away from the little nests.
Example #3
I think this young lady, at my request, will contrive to make you a cup of tea.
Example #4
Well," said the man in black, rising, "puzzled or not, I will no longer trespass upon your and this young lady's retirement; only allow me, before I go, to apologise for my intrusion.
Example #5
As she pulled one book forward and then another she thought ironically of her own certainty not an hour ago; how it had vanished in a moment, how she was merely marking time as best she could, not knowing in the least where they stood, what they felt, or whether William loved her or not.
Example #6
Anything, she thought, was better than bickering or the strange silence which drove home to her the distance between them.