1 But do you stay and take care of her to-day.
2 Take care, for the sake of others if not for your own.
3 He has been under our care for nearly six weeks, suffering from a violent brain fever.
4 I do hope the dear fellow will take care of himself, and that nothing will occur to upset him.
5 Needless to add, I took care before leaving to lift, for ever and adequately, this source of reproach.
6 I went to bed as usual, taking care that the flowers were placed as Dr. Van Helsing directed, and soon fell asleep.
7 I did not wake her, but tucked her up warmly; I have taken care that the door is locked and the window securely fastened.
8 I would have taken him with me to see the patient, only I thought that after his last repulse he might not care to go again.
9 In the early morning her maid came, and I left her in her care and took myself back home, for I was anxious about many things.
10 Then he took over the care of the case himself, saying that he would watch this night and the next and would send me word when to come.
11 He did not really care for any of the things of mere earth; he was in the clouds and looked down on all the weaknesses and wants of us poor mortals.
12 I flew downstairs and returned with it, taking care to smell and taste it, lest it, too, were drugged like the decanter of sherry which I found on the table.
13 Your man-eater, as they of India call the tiger who has once tasted blood of the human, care no more for the other prey, but prowl unceasing till he get him.
14 He was going to tell me how unhappy he would be if I did not care for him, but when he saw me cry he said that he was a brute and would not add to my present trouble.
15 True that there were there, as we had seen them in life, the traces of care and pain and waste; but these were all dear to us, for they marked her truth to what we knew.
16 I am too miserable, too low-spirited, too sick of the world and all in it, including life itself, that I would not care if I heard this moment the flapping of the wings of the angel of death.
17 For a moment I thought that he might have some homicidal intent; I remembered how quiet he had been just before he attacked me in my own study, and I took care to stand where I could seize him at once if he attempted to make a spring at her.
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