1 His hair had latterly began to change its colour.
2 My little sister is among them, but she is changed.
3 But you changed to me a little, shortly before you left home.
4 She changed as the door opened, and broke into a beaming smile.
5 I hope I have learnt how to accommodate myself to the changes of life.
6 But he could as easily have changed a clear sky by looking at it in surprise, as affect her.
7 He was startled when they came upon him while he was engaged in this latter pastime, and his colour changed.
8 Her father was changed in nothing so much as in the respect that he would have been glad to see her in tears.
9 Upon this, the whole appearance before him and around him changed, and nothing was left as it had been, but himself and the clergyman.
10 Mr. James Harthouse began to think it would be a new sensation, if the face which changed so beautifully for the whelp, would change for him.
11 Mr. James Harthouse began to think it would be a new sensation, if the face which changed so beautifully for the whelp, would change for him.
12 She looked at him, as he struck the table and made the teacups ring, with a proud colour in her face that was a new change, Mr. Harthouse thought.
13 Not with the brightness natural to cheerful youth, but with uncertain, eager, doubtful flashes, which had something painful in them, analogous to the changes on a blind face groping its way.
14 In the distance one way, Coketown showed as a black mist; in another distance hills began to rise; in a third, there was a faint change in the light of the horizon where it shone upon the far-off sea.
15 It was among the leafy shadows of this retirement, in the long sultry summer days, that Mr. Harthouse began to prove the face which had set him wondering when he first saw it, and to try if it would change for him.
16 He thought of the waste of the best part of his life, of the change it made in his character for the worse every day, of the dreadful nature of his existence, bound hand and foot, to a dead woman, and tormented by a demon in her shape.
17 Mr. Gradgrind rapidly assented; Mr. Sleary rapidly turned out from a box, a smock frock, a felt hat, and other essentials; the whelp rapidly changed clothes behind a screen of baize; Mr. Sleary rapidly brought beer, and washed him white again.
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