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Oh, if he refused to let her go-if he caught her to him, and defied the world to part them-what then of her pledge to Mr. Langhope, what then of her resolve to pay the penalty alone?
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The crew were in a state of mutiny, the marines had joined them-what could he do?
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They were an enormous way off from him, but they really were very big dogs, rushing along like the wind, and bearing along with them-what?
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With the workers you want to begin at the beginning and show them-what Mister Best knows-that the beauty of the thing they make depends on it being well and truly made.
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I am now on my way to demand a safeguard from your Emperor, who knew my family well, and is under great obligations to them."-"What is your name, Madame?"-"De Bunny.
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Would you justify them-what they say of us?
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An unreal lot, with not the ghost of a Man between them;-what should the one Great Man of the age find in them to disturb the least ofhis dreams?
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Examples of Them-what

Example #1
But in the space of a heart-beat she knew that peril-that longed-for peril!-was past.
Example #2
It had been easier to say than she had imagined, and her voice held its clear note till the end; but when she had ceased, the whole room began to reverberate with her words, and through the clashing they made in her brain she felt a sudden uncontrollable longing that they should provoke in him a cry of protest, of resistance.
Example #3
To appeal to the higher authorities would be committing himself, for he knew that he could not flog a man who no longer belonged to the vessel.
Example #4
Vanslyperken was at a nonplus.
Example #5
Lucy's ambition-a sledge, a thing without wheels, but gliding along most rapidly on the hard snow; flying, flying almost fast enough to take away her breath, and leaving birds, foxes, and any creature she saw for one instant, far behind.
Example #6
He had an immense long whip in his hand, and was flourishing it, and striking with it-at what?