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1  She returned it almost instantly, acknowledging the likeness.
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2  Just the kind of girl I should suppose likely to captivate poor Edward.
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3  She saw only that he was quiet and unobtrusive, and she liked him for it.
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4  It would not be likely to produce that dejection of mind which frequently attended him.
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5  Nobody is more liked than Mr. Willoughby wherever he goes, and so you may tell your sister.
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6  Oh, no; but if mama had not objected to it, I dare say he would have liked it of all things.
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7  But I thought, at the time, that you would most likely change your mind when it came to the point.
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8  May be she is ill in town; nothing in the world more likely, for I have a notion she is always rather sickly.
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9  They attempted, therefore, likewise, to excuse themselves; the weather was uncertain, and not likely to be good.
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10  I avoided the Middletons as much as possible, as well as everybody else who was likely to prove an acquaintance in common.
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11  It is not so very likely he should be distressed in his circumstances NOW, for he is a very prudent man, and to be sure must have cleared the estate by this time.
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12  Like half the rest of the world, if more than half there be that are clever and good, Marianne, with excellent abilities and an excellent disposition, was neither reasonable nor candid.
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13  The motive was too common to be wondered at; but the means, however they might succeed by establishing his superiority in ill-breeding, were not likely to attach any one to him except his wife.
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14  Her heart was devoted to Willoughby, and the fond attachment to Norland, which she brought with her from Sussex, was more likely to be softened than she had thought it possible before, by the charms which his society bestowed on her present home.
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15  The mother's consternation was excessive; but it could not surpass the alarm of the Miss Steeles, and every thing was done by all three, in so critical an emergency, which affection could suggest as likely to assuage the agonies of the little sufferer.
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16  If in the supposition of his seeking to marry herself, his difficulties from his mother had seemed great, how much greater were they now likely to be, when the object of his engagement was undoubtedly inferior in connections, and probably inferior in fortune to herself.
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17  Had both the children been there, the affair might have been determined too easily by measuring them at once; but as Harry only was present, it was all conjectural assertion on both sides; and every body had a right to be equally positive in their opinion, and to repeat it over and over again as often as they liked.
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