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1  "I'll accept the will for the deed," said Wemmick.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
Get Context   In Chapter XXXII
2  You must accept all consequences of that hypothesis.
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Get Context   In Chapter XLVIII
3  I said I should be delighted to accept his hospitality.
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4  As a necessary sequence, I asked him if he would favor us with his company, and he promptly accepted the invitation.
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5  The bread and meat were acceptable, and the beer was warming and tingling, and I was soon in spirits to look about me.
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6  She had shown a proud impatience more than once before, and had rather endured that fierce affection than accepted or returned it.
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7  I then rejoined Mr. Wemmick, and affecting to consult my watch, and to be surprised by the information I had received, accepted his offer.
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8  Your acceptance of it, and your observance of it as binding, is the only remaining condition that I am charged with, by the person from whom I take my instructions, and for whom I am not otherwise responsible.
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9  Mr. Pocket being justly celebrated for giving most excellent practical advice, and for having a clear and sound perception of things and a highly judicious mind, I had some notion in my heart-ache of begging him to accept my confidence.
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