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A long torture and a great over- whelming was his design.
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I might as well be run over- or anything-' To this remark no sort of answer was vouchsafed.
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Your ways of living are trivial and unsatisfactory-your so-called 'pleasant' vices lead you into unforeseen painful perplexities-your ideals of what may be best for your own enjoyment and advancement fall far short of your dreams,-your amusements pall on your over- wearied senses,-your youth hurries away like a puff of thistledown on the wind,-and you spend all your time feverishly in trying to live without understanding Life.
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And, George, although some of your troubles are now over-" "All of them, dearest!
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There were times, I have no doubt, when bitterness took hold upon him; not seldom he suffered in health, and probably as much from moral as from physical over- strain; but, on the whole, he earned his living very much as other men do, taking the day's toil as a matter of course, and rarely grumbling over it.
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It is wide of the mark to object that other Republics, which change their President more frequently, support the semblance of over- lordship at considerably less cost to the people.
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For men who can put money to such use, who do not over- indulge their own love for things of beauty, nor build for luxurious living, but mould a bit of seashore, some trees and a rambling house into an expression of their own dignified and balanced natures, for such men I am quite sure there is or will be, no social peril from the Red.
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Misled by passion, over- persuaded by entreaties, or compelled for reputation's sake, he has many times held the balance with an unsteady hand.
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The meal was prolonged: the fare was only tolerable; but the over- flowings of affection made it delicious.
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Lord of the way which lies before Up to the hill and over- Owner of all beneath the blue, On till the end, and after, too! I am the monarch of the Road!
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He might have gathered a much more numerous force than that of William, but his recent victory had made, him over- confident, and he was irritated by the reports of the country being ravaged by the invaders.
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The future, taking its completion from the state of my health or mind, is alternately beaming in sunshine or over- shadowed with clouds; but mostly cloudy, as you may suppose.
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Whatever is done _for_ men or classes, to a certain extent takes away the stimulus and necessity of doing for themselves; and where men are subjected to over-guidance and over- government, the inevitable tendency is to render them comparatively helpless.
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We resolved not to embarrass a family, in a time of so much sorrow, if any other expedient could he found; and as the Island of Ulva was over- against us, it was determined that we should pass the strait and have recourse to the Laird, who, like the other gentlemen of the Islands, was known to Col. We expected to find a ferry-boat, but when at last we came to the water, the boat was gone.
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Neither you nor I possess that almost Roman severity, that stern precision of conception and expression, which enables him to revel in the most gorgeous language, without ever letting it pall upon the reader's taste by affectation or over- lusciousness.
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This, too, is exclusive of my ordinary expenses during the campaign, all which, being added to my loss of time and business, bears pretty heavily on one no better off in world's goods than I; but as I had the post of honor, it is not for me to be over- nice.
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But this is strange! for notest thou not how the folk in the street heed not this quaint show; nay not even the stately lady, though she be as lovely as a goddess of the gentiles, and beareth on her gems that would buy Langton twice over; surely they must be over- wont to strange and gallant sights.
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Perhaps the most characteristic feature in these early productions is that, however puerile the matter, they are always composed in pure simple English, quite free from the over- ornamented style which might be expected from so young a writer.
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Now, here certainly was a case of over- colonization, not perpetrated, but meditated.
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Over- colonization, therefore, except in the one case of the stage-coach, is apparently no crime; and the offence of King Gebir, in my eyes, remains a mystery to this day.
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Examples of Over

Example #1
He knew himself to be in the scheme of a master-workman, and by-and-by he would blunt the chisel and bend the saw; but not yet.
Example #2
The day of Nahoum's wrath and revenge was not yet come; it was his deep design to lay the foundation for his own dark actions strong on a rock of apparent confidence and devotion.
Example #3
To this remark no sort of answer was vouchsafed.
Example #4
Nancy sat with her feet on the fender, and Tarrant kept up a great blaze with chips, which sputtered out their moisture before they began to crackle.
Example #5
Life, the first of all things, the essence of all things,-Life which is yours to hold and to keep, and to RE-CREATE over and over again in your own persons,-this precious jewel you throw away, and when it falls out of your possession by your own act, you think such an end was necessary and inevitable.
Example #6
Many of you are very sad,-and I would rather you were happy.