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- saw Scene there was none; but she saw , and saw instantly, what she had vainly striven to teach herself she was utterly indifferent to, that in his eyes she was no more faded than his love in hers.
- say I want to say your name over and over and over to myself when you're away.
- see It is really quite charming to see them together."
- show You will present my duties to the Prince; you will show him my passport; you will say that the Count of Cernes has business of the last importance in Italy, and begs permission, since the Prince of Baden has hired every post-horse in the town, to requisition half a dozen farm-horses from the fields.
- six By six o'clock we are again on the road, and passing through a rolling park-like country dotted with clumps of cottonwood, birch, poplar, and spruce.
- such Now, my coming might enable them to get some one who knows the use of meat and fires, and would send upstairs the only woman who would undertake such a charge as that must be.
- She The next day, she wished she had not written it, and awaited the reply with anxiety.
- says One is nowhere if not bizarre, says Rodney, laughing; so I dare say you will find yourself the very height of fashion.