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1  Dickon grinned sweet-temperedly.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
Get Context   In CHAPTER XV
2  "Aye," said Martha with a cheerful grin.
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3  "That's th moor," with a good-natured grin.
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4  Dickon's curly mouth spread in a cheerful grin.
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5  "What does tha think," she said, with a cheerful grin.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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6  Martha grinned a little as if at some homely recollection.
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7  "I'll tell thee what tha'll do," said Dickon, with his happy grin.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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8  But because he kept breaking into a slow grin now and then, Mary was not afraid to talk to him.
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9  Dickon's grin spread until he seemed all wide, red, curving mouth, and he rubbed his rough head.
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10  Then amid grins and chuckles and bobbing of curtsies he drove away, leaving ecstasy and nudging elbows and little jumps of joy behind.
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11  He smiled at their friendly grins and took a golden sovereign from his pocket and gave it to "our 'Lizabeth Ellen" who was the oldest.'
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12  "I'll tell thee what us'll do first," she proceeded, and Dickon grinned, because when the little wench tried to twist her tongue into speaking Yorkshire it amused him very much.
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13  Mr. Craven looked over the collection of sturdy little bodies and round red-cheeked faces, each one grinning in its own particular way, and he awoke to the fact that they were a healthy likable lot.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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