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1  By these conditions I promised to abide.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
Get Context   In Chapter XV
2  By and by, his door opened and he came out.
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3  By degrees, I became calm enough to release my grasp and partake of pudding.
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4  By my boy, I was giv to understand as Compeyson was out on them marshes too.
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5  By degrees it became an enormous injury to me that he stood before the fire.
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6  By and by, I noticed Wemmick's arm beginning to disappear again, and gradually fading out of view.
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7  By degrees, Wemmick got dryer and harder as we went along, and his mouth tightened into a post-office again.
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8  By degrees he fell to reposing such great confidence in me, as to ask my advice in reference to his own affairs.
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9  By the light of the torches, we saw the black Hulk lying out a little way from the mud of the shore, like a wicked Noah's ark.
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10  By this time we had come to the house, where I found his room to be one just within the side-door, with a little window in it looking on the courtyard.
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11  By this time, the rooms were vastly different from what I had found them, and I enjoyed the honor of occupying a few prominent pages in the books of a neighboring upholsterer.
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12  By dint of straining that term out of myself several times and tapping the old gentleman on the chest to associate it with him, I at last succeeded in making my meaning understood.
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13  By this time, my sister was quite desperate, so she pounced on Joe, and, taking him by the two whiskers, knocked his head for a little while against the wall behind him, while I sat in the corner, looking guiltily on.
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14  By that time, I was staggering on the kitchen floor like a little drunkard, through having been newly set upon my feet, and through having been fast asleep, and through waking in the heat and lights and noise of tongues.
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15  By then making a loop of about a couple of miles into the open country at the back of Pumblechook's premises, I got round into the High Street again, a little beyond that pitfall, and felt myself in comparative security.
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16  By some invisible agency, my guardian wound him up to a pitch little short of ferocity about this trifle; and he fell to baring and spanning his arm to show how muscular it was, and we all fell to baring and spanning our arms in a ridiculous manner.
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17  By degrees I learnt, and chiefly from Herbert, that Mr. Pocket had been educated at Harrow and at Cambridge, where he had distinguished himself; but that when he had had the happiness of marrying Mrs. Pocket very early in life, he had impaired his prospects and taken up the calling of a Grinder.
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