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And at the end of the sandy spit, where some pines had grown and seeded, he stood looking across the silvery lake wondering if his parishioners had begun to notice the change that had come over him since Nora Glynn left the parish, and as her name came into his mind he was startled out of his reverie by the sound of voices, and turning from the lake, he saw two wood-gatherers coming down a little path through the juniper-bushes.
Whether they saw him or not he couldn't tell; they passed near enough for him to recognize them, and he remembered that they were in church the day he alluded to Nora in his sermon.
All the morning he had been trying to keep Nora Glynn out of his mind, but now, as he rambled, he could not put back the memory of the day he met her for the first time, nearly two years ago, for to-day was the fifteenth of May; it was about that time a little later in the year; it must have been in June, for the day was very hot, and he had been riding fast, not wishing to keep Catherine's dinner waiting, and as he pushed his bicycle through the gate, he saw the great cheery man, Father Peter, with a face like an apple, walking up and down under the sycamores reading his breviary.
Glynn, Nora Glynn,' he repeated, and it seemed to him that the name belonged exclusively to her.
Father Peter was taken ill, two days after he was dead, before the end of the week he was in his coffin; and it was left to him to turn Nora Glynn out of the parish.
But Eliza didn't think there was anyone in the country qualified for the post but Nora Glynn.
If Mrs. O'Mara could be believed, Eliza said that she could offer Nora Glynn more money than she was earning in Garranard.
Her face changed expression, and in her nasty mincing manner she began to throw out hints that Nora Glynn would not suit the nuns.
She had said enough to oblige him to ask her to speak out, and she began to throw out hints about a man whom Nora used to meet on the hillside (she wouldn't give the man's name, she was too clever for that).
She would only say that Nora had been seen on the hillside walking in lonely places with a man.
And it was true that Nora Glynn's appearance had changed in the last few months.
Seeing that her words had a certain effect, Mrs. O'Mara quieted down; and while he stood wondering if it could possibly be true that Nora had deceived them, that she had been living in sin all these months, he suddenly heard Mrs. O'Mara saying that he was lacking in experience-which was quite true, but her way of saying it had roused the devil in him.
Nora's seducer could be none other than one of the young soldiers who had taken the fishing-lodge at the head of the lake.
Mrs. O'Mara had hinted that Nora had been seen with one of them on the hill, and he thought how on a day like this she might have been led away among the ferns.
He could think but of this one thing, the displeasure God must feel against Nora and the seducer who had robbed her of the virtue God prized most in her.
Whence the thought came he could not tell, nor what had put it into his head, but it had occurred to him suddenly that 'if Father Peter had lived a few weeks longer he would have found means of exchanging Nora Glynn for another schoolmistress, more suitable to the requirements of the parish.
But he wasn't contemplating his own death nor Nora's when this end to the difficulty occurred to him.
Then it was strange he could not keep the thought out of his mind that Father Peter's death had saved the parish from a great scandal, for if Nora had been dismissed he might have found himself obliged to leave the parish.
If Father Peter felt that Nora Glynn was not the kind of schoolmistress the parish required, should he not send her away?
Moreover, Father Peter was under no obligation whatsoever to Nora Glynn.

Examples of Nora

Example #1
He often hid himself in the woods when he saw somebody coming, but he couldn't do so now without betraying his intention, and he stayed where he was.
Example #2
The people were the same always; the people never change, only individuals change.
Example #3
A hundred yards further on the women unburdened and sat down to rest a while, and Father Oliver began to consider what their conversation might be.
Example #4
The women passed on, bent under their loads.
Example #5
It must have been in June, for the mowers were in the field opposite, in the field known as the priest's field, though Father Peter had never rented it.
Example #6
And perhaps they are right,' he said, and walked up the shore, hoping that as soon as he was out of sight the women would forget to tell when they returned home that they had seen him walking by the lake.