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1  Woman is fine for her own satisfaction alone.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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2  It was done; and Catherine found herself alone in the gallery before the clocks had ceased to strike.
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3  His endowments of this spot alone might at any time have placed him high among the benefactors of the convent.
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4  You had better leave her alone, my dear; she is old enough to know what she is about, and if not, has a mother to advise her.
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5  In the course of this morning's reflections, she came to a resolution of making her next attempt on the forbidden door alone.
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6  Henry was alone in it; and his immediate hope of her having been undisturbed by the tempest, with an arch reference to the character of the building they inhabited, was rather distressing.
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7  Their persuasion that the general would, upon this ground alone, independent of the objection that might be raised against her character, oppose the connection, turned her feelings moreover with some alarm towards herself.
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8  She ventured, when next alone with Eleanor, to express her wish of being permitted to see it, as well as all the rest of that side of the house; and Eleanor promised to attend her there, whenever they should have a convenient hour.
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9  Catherine hoped so too, and tried to feel an interest in her own amendment, but her spirits were quite worn down; and, to be silent and alone becoming soon her only wish, she readily agreed to her mother's next counsel of going early to bed.
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10  Aware that if she gave herself much time, she might feel it difficult to bring forward so unpleasant a subject, she took the first opportunity of being suddenly alone with Eleanor, and of Eleanor's being in the middle of a speech about something very different, to start forth her obligation of going away very soon.
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