1 I am not afraid of you any longer.
2 Only see if any letters have come.
3 Oh, don't let us have any silly excuses.
4 The matter must be hushed up at any cost.
5 Not even any sorrow or grief to live upon.
6 Besides, I really don't need any help at all.
7 No, we won't call any of the horrors to mind.
8 Well,--goodnight, Nora, and don't be self-willed any more.
9 Well, in any case, it would have been of no use to you now.
10 I don't suppose he is any more unassailable than other husbands.
11 But he was so ill then--alas, there never was any need to tell him.
12 I should be very happy to--but you haven't any great distance to go.
13 But there is one thing I can do in any case, and I shall do it at once.
14 There, you see it was quite right of me not to let you stay there any longer.
15 You haven't any idea how many expenses we skylarks and squirrels have, Torvald.
16 Thank Heaven, any clothes look well on me, and so Torvald has never noticed it.
17 But if you spend it all on the housekeeping and any number of unnecessary things, then I merely have to pay up again.
18 At first he used to seem almost jealous if I mentioned any of the dear folk at home, so naturally I gave up doing so.
19 We two have kept bravely on the straight road so far, and we will go on the same way for the short time longer that there need be any struggle.
20 And not be able to leave behind one the slightest token of one's gratitude, scarcely even a fleeting regret--nothing but an empty place which the first comer can fill as well as any other.