1 The count stood like one changed to stone, and.
2 While these changes were going on abroad, trouble had come at home.
3 The three years that have passed have brought but few changes to the quiet family.
4 "The joys come close upon the sorrows this time, and I rather think the changes have begun," said Mrs. March.
5 The invigorating air did them both good, and much exercise worked wholesome changes in minds as well as bodies.
6 But he did, and his own changed again from that momentary anxiety to its usual expression, as he said cordially.
7 The servant takes Hugo aside to tell him something, and Hagar changes the cups for two others which are harmless.
8 Mr. Laurence's ruddy face changed suddenly, and he sat down, with a troubled glance at the picture of a handsome man, which hung over his table.
9 By the second week, everyone knew perfectly well what was going on, yet everyone tried to look as if they were stone-blind to the changes in Jo's face.
10 Any mention of her 'works' always had a bad effect upon Jo, who either grew rigid and looked offended, or changed the subject with a brusque remark, as now.'
11 All that we have any business to know is that John did not appear to object, judging from the changes which gradually took place in the house and its inmates.
12 I want a great many crumples of this sort put into it today, and Meg opened her arms to her sisters, who clung about her with April faces for a minute, feeling that the new love had not changed the old.
13 It was silly, I dare say, but it changed his mind, for I got rather excited, and told the story in my topsy-turvy way, and his wife heard, and said so kindly, 'Take it, Thomas, and oblige the young lady.'
14 While Amy stood laughing on the bank above him as she scattered crumbs to the brilliant birds, Laurie looked at her as she had looked at him, with a natural curiosity to see what changes time and absence had wrought.
15 It was a piteous sight, the once rosy face so changed and vacant, the once busy hands so weak and wasted, the once smiling lips quite dumb, and the once pretty, well-kept hair scattered rough and tangled on the pillow.
16 As the younger girls stand together, giving the last touches to their simple toilet, it may be a good time to tell of a few changes which three years have wrought in their appearance, for all are looking their best just now.
17 I'm going to have you well and rosy by that time, began Jo, feeling that of all the changes in Beth, the talking change was the greatest, for it seemed to cost no effort now, and she thought aloud in a way quite unlike bashful Beth.
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