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1  As soon as she met with Edmund she told him her distress.
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2  "How distressed she will be at what she said just now," passed across her mind.
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3  He was in distress for something that he had left there, and did not find again.
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4  Fanny struggled for speech, and said, "I am very sorry that anything has occurred to distress you."
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5  I know my father as well as you do; and I'll take care that his daughters do nothing to distress him.
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6  My dearest Fanny," cried Edmund, pressing her arm closer to him, "do not let the idea of her anger distress you.
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7  She must have been a happy creature in spite of all that she felt, or thought she felt, for the distress of those around her.
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8  She would not, could not believe, that Mr. Crawford's affection for her could distress him long; his mind was not of that sort.
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9  One should be a brute not to feel for the distress they are in; and from what I hear, poor Mr. Bertram has a bad chance of ultimate recovery.
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10  Some very grave reproof, or at least the coldest expression of indifference, must be coming to distress her brother, and sink her to the ground.
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11  Fanny, being always a very courteous listener, and often the only listener at hand, came in for the complaints and the distresses of most of them.
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12  The doubts and alarms as to her own conduct, which had previously distressed her, and which had all slept while she listened to him, were become of little consequence now.
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13  Edmund saw weariness and distress in her face, and immediately resolved to forbear all farther discussion; and not even to mention the name of Crawford again, except as it might be connected with what must be agreeable to her.
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14  Connected as we already are, and, I hope, are to be, to give up Mary Crawford would be to give up the society of some of those most dear to me; to banish myself from the very houses and friends whom, under any other distress, I should turn to for consolation.
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15  She had no doubt that her note must appear excessively ill-written, that the language would disgrace a child, for her distress had allowed no arrangement; but at least it would assure them both of her being neither imposed on nor gratified by Mr. Crawford's attentions.
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16  To be going so soon, sent for so kindly, sent for as a comfort, and with leave to take Susan, was altogether such a combination of blessings as set her heart in a glow, and for a time seemed to distance every pain, and make her incapable of suitably sharing the distress even of those whose distress she thought of most.
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17  William knew what had passed, and from his heart lamented that his sister's feelings should be so cold towards a man whom he must consider as the first of human characters; but he was of an age to be all for love, and therefore unable to blame; and knowing her wish on the subject, he would not distress her by the slightest allusion.
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