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I am sure you must have been struck by his awkward look and abrupt manner, and the uncouthness of a voice which I heard to be wholly unmodulated as I stood here.
I believe you are right, my love; it will be better that there should by no annuity in the case; whatever I may give them occasionally will be of far greater assistance than a yearly allowance, because they would only enlarge their style of living if they felt sure of a larger income, and would not be sixpence the richer for it at the end of the year.
They always leave off chirping when a Fairy goes by--because a Fairy's a kind of queen over them, I suppose--at all events it's a much grander thing than a cricket--so whenever you're walking out, and the crickets suddenly leave off chirping, you may be sure that they see a Fairy.
Wully woo, pully woo, plump in the mud," says the little furrenner Frinchman, "and sure Mrs.
My dear Isabella, I am sure there must be Laurentina's skeleton behind it.
Rosamond felt sure that her aunt had something particular to say, and they sat down near each other.
There's going to be trouble, I'm sure," remarked the horse.
They contented themselves by eating heartily the good things provided, and Toto and Billina had their full share, you may be sure.
But I am sure almighty curious, and I'd like terrible to know, Mr.
Sure, when we sing together I'm absorbin' religion an' gettin' pretty close up to God.
The bull replied: "I am very sorry, but I have an appointment with a lady; but I feel sure that our friend the goat will do what you want.
He could not refer it to Marilla, who, he felt, would be quite sure to sniff scornfully and remark that the only difference she saw between Anne and the other girls was that they sometimes kept their tongues quiet while Anne never did.
I've kind of lost my way in this here shebang, and if you'll kindly show me the door I'll cause no trouble and sure vamoose.
Well, I think you're better without him, sure enough - for my part, I'm downright weary of him.
the girl that your la'ship saw at church on Sunday, whom you thought so handsome; though you would not have thought her so handsome neither, if you had seen her nearer, but to be sure she hath been carried before the justice for being big with child.