1 My cousin knows how to take care of me.
2 "I don't know and I don't care," said the nurse.
3 "I don't care what she thought," said Colin, frowning.
4 She must be careful if she meant to keep her secret kingdom.
5 She just grew sour and obstinate and did not care what happened.
6 She wondered also who would take care of her now her Ayah was dead.
7 Mary's eyes turned toward her in spite of her intention not to seem to care.
8 In India she had always felt hot and too languid to care much about anything.
9 She knew she felt contrary again, and obstinate, and she did not care at all.
10 "No one has been allowed to go into it for ten years," was Mary's careful answer.
11 His face looked dreadful, white and red and swollen, and he was gasping and choking; but savage little Mary did not care an atom.
12 Mary made the long voyage to England under the care of an officer's wife, who was taking her children to leave them in a boarding-school.
13 But to the surprise of those who took care of it the days passed and it lived and then everyone believed it would be a deformed and crippled creature.
14 In India she had always been too hot and languid and weak to care much about anything, but in this place she was beginning to care and to want to do new things.
15 She did not care very much about the library itself, because she had read very few books; but to hear of it brought back to her mind the hundred rooms with closed doors.
16 If she had been older she would no doubt have been very anxious at being left alone in the world, but she was very young, and as she had always been taken care of, she supposed she always would be.
17 She had not wanted a little girl at all, and when Mary was born she handed her over to the care of an Ayah, who was made to understand that if she wished to please the Mem Sahib she must keep the child out of sight as much as possible.
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