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1  I am amazingly agitated, as you perceive.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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2  He is the greatest coxcomb I ever saw, and amazingly disagreeable.
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3  I am amazingly absent; I believe I am the most absent creature in the world.
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4  It was amazingly shocking, to be sure; but the Tilneys were entirely to blame.
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5  Amazed that Isabella could endure it, and jealous for her brother, she rose up, and saying she should join Mrs. Allen, proposed their walking.
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6  How they could get through it all had often amazed Mrs. Allen; and, when Catherine saw what was necessary here, she began to be amazed herself.
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7  I never mind going through anything, where a friend is concerned; that is my disposition, and John is just the same; he has amazing strong feelings.
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8  I know you very well; you have so much animation, which is exactly what Miss Andrews wants, for I must confess there is something amazingly insipid about her.
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9  You will know, from this description, I must mean Captain Tilney, who, as you may remember, was amazingly disposed to follow and tease me, before you went away.
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10  She was so amazingly tired, and it was so odious to parade about the pump-room; and if she moved from her seat she should miss her sisters; she was expecting her sisters every moment; so that her dearest Catherine must excuse her, and must sit quietly down again.
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11  But to her utter amazement she found that to proceed along the room was by no means the way to disengage themselves from the crowd; it seemed rather to increase as they went on, whereas she had imagined that when once fairly within the door, they should easily find seats and be able to watch the dances with perfect convenience.
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12  I do not think anything would justify me in wishing you to sacrifice all your happiness merely to oblige my brother, because he is my brother, and who perhaps after all, you know, might be just as happy without you, for people seldom know what they would be at, young men especially, they are so amazingly changeable and inconstant.
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