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1  Everything appeared to feel the hopeful change.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
2  It's hard enough to have you change all of a sudden.
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3  For motherly eyes are quick to see any change in children's faces.
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4  We go grubbing along day after day, without a bit of change, and very little fun.
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5  Laurie bent, and whispered three words in Jo's ear, which produced a comical change.
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6  "Wish tomorrow was here, then," muttered Laurie, walking off, ill-pleased at the change he saw in her.
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7  She was back at her post in an instant, and to her excited eyes a great change seemed to have taken place.
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8  I won't care for it, or let it change me a bit, thought Meg, and rustled across the room to shake hands with her friend.
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9  Here the clock struck twelve, and both forgot themselves in watching Beth, for they fancied a change passed over her wan face.
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10  Jo's sudden change of tone made the girls laugh, but all looked rather anxious, and no one said a word as Snodgrass took his seat.
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11  I don't wish to get cross, so let's change the subject; and Jo looked quite ready to fling cold water on the slightest provocation.
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12  His love and care never tire or change, can never be taken from you, but may become the source of lifelong peace, happiness, and strength.
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13  The doctor had been in to say that some change, for better or worse, would probably take place about midnight, at which time he would return.
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14  Her real name was Estelle, but Aunt March ordered her to change it, and she obeyed, on condition that she was never asked to change her religion.
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15  Jo smothered a laugh at the sudden change, and when someone gave a modest tap, opened the door with a grim aspect which was anything but hospitable.
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16  She was tired of care and confinement, longed for change, and thoughts of her father blended temptingly with the novel charms of camps and hospitals, liberty and fun.
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17  The old gentleman did not say much as he drank his four cups of tea, but he watched the young people, who soon chatted away like old friends, and the change in his grandson did not escape him.
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18  Meg meanwhile had apparently forgotten the matter and was absorbed in preparations for her father's return, but all of a sudden a change seemed to come over her, and, for a day or two, she was quite unlike herself.
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19  She only said, "Thank you, deary," but something in her face made the girls change the subject, and talk as cheerfully as they could about Mr. Brooke's kindness, the prospect of a fine day tomorrow, and the happy times they would have when Father came home to be nursed.
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20  How still the room was as they listened breathlessly, how strangely the day darkened outside, and how suddenly the whole world seemed to change, as the girls gathered about their mother, feeling as if all the happiness and support of their lives was about to be taken from them.
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