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1  'That was not my doing,' observed Monks.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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2  I know what these girls are, Monks, well.
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3  'Something that was taken from her,' said Monks.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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4  'The loss of their own good name,' replied Monks.
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5  This accumulated testimony effectually staggered Mr. Monks.
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6  'It may be nothing; it may be twenty pounds,' replied Monks.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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7  'I know they will always keep one till it's found out,' said Monks.
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8  'He had better have cut it out, before he came, if he can't speak in a lower tone,' said Monks, grimly.
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9  These fits come over me, now and then,' said Monks, observing his alarm; 'and thunder sometimes brings them on.
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10  Now,' said Monks, when they had all three seated themselves, 'the sooner we come to our business, the better for all.
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11  'I thought as much, when you came in,' rejoined Monks, marking the angry glance which the lady darted at her spouse as she spoke.
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12  'And besides,' said Mr. Bumble, his teeth chattering as he spoke, 'Mr. Monks is too much of a gentleman to attempt any violence on porochial persons.'
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13  With this agreeable speech, Monks turned short upon the matron, and bent his gaze upon her, till even she, who was not easily cowed, was fain to withdraw her eyes, and turn them towards the ground.
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14  The thunder, which seemed in fact much nearer, and to shiver and break almost over their heads, having subsided, Monks, raising his face from the table, bent forward to listen to what the woman should say.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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15  Mr. Monks is aware that I am not a young man, my dear, and also that I am a little run to seed, as I may say; bu he has heerd: I say I have no doubt Mr. Monks has heerd, my dear: that I am a very determined officer, with very uncommon strength, if I'm once roused.
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16  Mr. Bumble, who had eyed the building with very rueful looks, was apparently about to express some doubts relative to the advisability of proceeding any further with the enterprise just then, when he was prevented by the appearance of Monks: who opened a small door, near which they stood, and beckoned them inwards.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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17  Mr. Bumble, who had not yet been admitted by his better half into any greater share of the secret than he had originally possessed, listened to this dialogue with outstretched neck and distended eyes: which he directed towards his wife and Monks, by turns, in undisguised astonishment; increased, if possible, when the latter sternly demanded, what sum was required for the disclosure.
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