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1  Dear Magwitch, I must tell you now, at last.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
Get Context   In Chapter LVI
2  "Dear Miss Havisham," said Miss Sarah Pocket.
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3  Dear boy, I ain't come so fur, not fur to be low.
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4  Your own, one day, my dear, and you will use it well.
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5  Dear boy," he answered, "I'm quite content to take my chance.
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6  Dear boy and Pip's comrade, don't you be afeerd of me being low.
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7  Dear boy," he said, as I sat down by his bed: "I thought you was late.
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8  "It's not the question, my dear child, who paid for them," returned Camilla.
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9  My dear Joe," I cried, in desperation, taking hold of his coat, "don't go on in that way.
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10  Dear boy, and Pip's comrade, you two may count upon me always having a gen-teel muzzle on.
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11  Dear boy," he answered, clasping my hands, "I don't know when we may meet again, and I don't like good by.
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12  I did intend to ask you to use any little opportunities you might have after I was gone, of improving dear Joe.
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13  My dear sir," said Mr. Trabb, as he respectfully bent his body, opened his arms, and took the liberty of touching me on the outside of each elbow, "don't hurt me by mentioning that.
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14  O dear good Joe, whom I was so ready to leave and so unthankful to, I see you again, with your muscular blacksmith's arm before your eyes, and your broad chest heaving, and your voice dying away.
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15  Dear Joe, I hope you will have children to love, and that some little fellow will sit in this chimney-corner of a winter night, who may remind you of another little fellow gone out of it for ever.
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16  I could hardly have imagined dear old Joe looking so unlike himself or so like some extraordinary bird; standing as he did speechless, with his tuft of feathers ruffled, and his mouth open as if he wanted a worm.
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17  Miss Sarah Pocket, whom I now saw to be a little dry, brown, corrugated old woman, with a small face that might have been made of walnut-shells, and a large mouth like a cat's without the whiskers, supported this position by saying, "No, indeed, my dear."
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