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1  But Miss Bertram does not care three straws for him; that is your opinion of your intimate friend.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER V
2  I went down to Ramsgate for a week with a friend last September, just after my return from the West Indies.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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3  Mr. Norris, a friend of her brother-in-law, with scarcely any private fortune, and Miss Frances fared yet worse.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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4  She felt that she had a friend, and the kindness of her cousin Edmund gave her better spirits with everybody else.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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5  She is choosing a friend and companion exactly where she ought, and I am glad her love of money does not interfere.
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6  The spare rooms at the Parsonage had never been wanted, but the absolute necessity of a spare room for a friend was now never forgotten.
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7  Their father was no object of love to them; he had never seemed the friend of their pleasures, and his absence was unhappily most welcome.
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8  Why, as to that, my good friend, till I and my company have really acted there must be some guesswork; but I mean no disparagement to Julia.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIV
9  The living was hereafter for Edmund; and, had his uncle died a few years sooner, it would have been duly given to some friend to hold till he were old enough for orders.
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10  Maria was more to be pitied than Julia; for to her the father brought a husband, and the return of the friend most solicitous for her happiness would unite her to the lover, on whom she had chosen that happiness should depend.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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11  Miss Ward's match, indeed, when it came to the point, was not contemptible: Sir Thomas being happily able to give his friend an income in the living of Mansfield; and Mr. and Mrs. Norris began their career of conjugal felicity with very little less than a thousand a year.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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12  The Honourable John Yates, this new friend, had not much to recommend him beyond habits of fashion and expense, and being the younger son of a lord with a tolerable independence; and Sir Thomas would probably have thought his introduction at Mansfield by no means desirable.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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13  Which is, perhaps, more in favour of his liking Julia best, than you, Fanny, may be aware; for I believe it often happens that a man, before he has quite made up his own mind, will distinguish the sister or intimate friend of the woman he is really thinking of more than the woman herself.
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14  To prevent its being expected, she had fixed on the smallest habitation which could rank as genteel among the buildings of Mansfield parish, the White House being only just large enough to receive herself and her servants, and allow a spare room for a friend, of which she made a very particular point.
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15  He had been visiting a friend in the neighbouring county, and that friend having recently had his grounds laid out by an improver, Mr. Rushworth was returned with his head full of the subject, and very eager to be improving his own place in the same way; and though not saying much to the purpose, could talk of nothing else.
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16  Nothing was fixed on; but Henry Crawford was full of ideas and projects, and, generally speaking, whatever he proposed was immediately approved, first by her, and then by Mr. Rushworth, whose principal business seemed to be to hear the others, and who scarcely risked an original thought of his own beyond a wish that they had seen his friend Smith's place.
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17  It was Fanny's first ball, though without the preparation or splendour of many a young lady's first ball, being the thought only of the afternoon, built on the late acquisition of a violin player in the servants' hall, and the possibility of raising five couple with the help of Mrs. Grant and a new intimate friend of Mr. Bertram's just arrived on a visit.
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