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But Lucilla was not satisfied with the letters-frequent as they were-that she received in answer; they were kind, affectionate, but the something was wanting.
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You see, I had begun to believe that you were-that you were-well, that you were not very-very active, you know.
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To be a good teacher demands a high degree of altruism, for one must be willing to sink self, to die-as it were-that others may live.
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They were worthy of esteem, they were entitled to applause; and mean, base, ineffably shabby, stupidly mean and base was the soul-if such a soul there were-that questioned their merit or grudged them a meet reward.
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It was their dreadful boldness-herself of no account as it were-that terrified her into screaming before she could collect her powers to prevent.
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The eyes of the idol consisted of two large green polished stones which looked so much like emeralds- which indeed they were-that, Vilcamapata offering no objection, the two young Englishmen determined to appropriate them, as well as the gold scales; with the result that they left the figure denuded of all its finery, and, from an artistic point of view at least, far more worthy of admiration than it was before.
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No provisions were made for the extension of the jurisdiction of the State courts over the western counties, and they became a refuge for outlaws, who could be dealt with only as the Indians were-that is, by the settlers acting on their own initiative, without the sanction of law.
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Examples of Were-that

Example #1
The things which the indifferent forget are among the most treasured meditations of love.
Example #2
Wouldst thou know if the woman thou lovest still loves thee, trust not her spoken words, her present smiles; examine her letters in absence, see if she dwells, as she once did, upon trifles-but trifles relating to thee.
Example #3
Not that it is really my business, but because in a way it is begging your pardon, and I ought to do that.
Example #4
Well, I will say it.
Example #5
There is something in it very much akin to motherhood-a brooding quality.
Example #6
To give yourself in a way that will inspire others to think, to do, to become-what nobler ambition!