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1  "Thank you indeed," said Mrs. Yeobright.
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2  "Why, 'tis Mis'ess Yeobright," said Fairway.'
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3  "I am sorry to stop the talk," said Mrs. Yeobright.
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4  Wildeve is older than Tamsin Yeobright by a good-few summers.
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5  "A harrowing old man, Mis'ess Yeobright," said Christian despondingly.
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6  'Well, be damned if there isn't Mis'ess Yeobright a-standing up,' I said to myself.
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7  I hardly blame Thomasin Yeobright and neighbour Wildeve for doing it quiet, if I must own it.
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8  This accounted for Mrs. Yeobright's acquiescence in the revival of an evidently sore subject.
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9  I've such a bad memory, Mis'ess Yeobright, that I forget how I'm looked up to by the rest of 'em.'
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10  I met Mis'ess Yeobright, the young bride's aunt, last night, and she told me that her son Clym was coming home a Christmas.
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11  I not only happened to be there," said Fairway, with a fresh collection of emphasis, "but I was sitting in the same pew as Mis'ess Yeobright.
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12  "'Twould be more seemly in ye to stand still and welcome Mis'ess Yeobright, and you the venerablest here, Grandfer Cantle," said the besom-woman.
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13  But these shaggy recesses were at all seasons a familiar surrounding to Olly and Mrs. Yeobright; and the addition of darkness lends no frightfulness to the face of a friend.
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14  "Well, I can't understand a quiet ladylike little body like Tamsin Yeobright caring to be married in such a mean way," said Susan Nunsuch, the wide woman, who preferred the original subject.
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15  "After that Mis'ess Yeobright came round and was quite agreeable," Fairway resumed, with an unheeding air, to show that his words were no appendage to Humphrey's, but the result of independent reflection.
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16  "You don't take after your father," said Mrs. Yeobright, looking towards the fire, where Grandfer Cantle, with some want of originality, was dancing by himself among the sparks, as the others had done before.
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17  "'Be damned if there isn't Mis'ess Yeobright a-standing up, I said," the narrator repeated, giving out the bad word with the same passionless severity of face as before, which proved how entirely necessity and not gusto had to do with the iteration.
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