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"It happened because he didn't know anything about it.
"You are, dear lady--if there is anything to forgive."
If he'd killed me, if he'd killed him, I could have borne anything, I could have forgiven anything; but, no, he....
I shall like to hear anything you will say to me about Tertius."
O, George, don't do anything wicked; if you only trust in God, and try to do right, he'll deliver you."
If a part is insignificant, the greater our credit in making anything of it.
He could not see anything of the performance on account of the mist of suspicion, anger, dismay, and wretchedness which seemed to be before his eyes; but he forced himself to conceal the fact that anything was the matter; he went on talking and laughing.
"I did not know that anything was in the box," he said calmly.
I had never seen him before, and had never heard anything about him at the time, though I have heard a good deal since.
I don't know anything about that, I don't know who is and who is not.
'And you have never heard Mrs General say anything?'
She did not appear conscious that she had done anything unusual in commanding his presence.
It warn't anything but a Sunday-school picnic, and only a primer-class at that.
Huck, I never see anything look any more naturaler than what It does."
Nearly all day he travelled without anything remarkable happening to him, at which he was in despair, for he was anxious to encounter some one at once upon whom to try the might of his strong arm.