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The last story, however incomplete and like the mere opening of a serial, had been told; we handshook and "candlestuck," as somebody said, and went to bed.
Steerforth dusted me under a lamp-post, and put my hat into shape, which somebody produced from somewhere in a most extraordinary manner, for I hadn't had it on before.
He scrambled up and up; but before he reached the chimney top he came to a place where somebody had loosened a stone in the wall.
All were watching somebody in the garden with deep interest, their three faces close together: a jovial and round one, a pale one with dark hair, and a fair one whose tresses were auburn.
The perfect ease of manner with which he put the money up again and looked at me with a smile on his refined face, as if he had been mentioning a curious little fact about somebody else, almost made me feel as if he really had nothing to do with it.
Somebody gave me a push that has hurt it, I am afraid.
and you get the grocery catalogue, George, and somebody give me a bit of pencil, and then I'll make out a list.
To all these inquiries he gave brief and angry replies indicating that orders from him were not now needed, that the whole affair, carefully prepared by him, had now been ruined by somebody, and that that somebody would have to bear the whole responsibility for all that might happen.
Green were there or not, there was certain to be somebody present who would not be insensible to her charms, besides the Rector, whose official capacity generally obliged him to attend.
Searching here, and searching there, Frank became conscious of a stranger, who appeared to be looking for somebody, on his side.
And you just as good as said you hoped somebody you knew would die so you'd get to the funeral.
There is something I must tell somebody, or I think it will drive me mad.
You'll want somebody to clean and wash, and cook, won't you?
He had best make haste then, says I, or somebody will have her before he comes; and, indeed, says I, Mr Seagrim, it is a thousand pities somebody should not have her; for he certainly loves her above all the women in the world.
An' they was wishin' somebody could make you understand, only they didn't know who could; an' I was outside the winder, an' I says ter myself right away, 'By Jinks, I'll do it
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