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1  No doubt she will be very glad.
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2  But I have very little doubt it will be.
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3  "You cannot doubt your being missed by many," said she.
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4  He was no longer in doubt of the capabilities of her heart.
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5  "The tree thrives well, beyond a doubt, madam," replied Dr. Grant.
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6  Always some little objection, some little doubt, some little anxiety to be got over.
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7  She has only to fix on her number of thousands a year, and there can be no doubt of their coming.
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8  She has done no more than what every young woman would do; and I have no doubt of her being extremely happy.
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9  Had she doubted his meaning while she listened, the glow in his face, when she looked up at him, would have been decisive.
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10  She had the highest esteem for Mr. Rushworth's character and disposition, and could not have a doubt of her happiness with him.
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11  A happy party it appeared to her, all interested in one object: cheerful beyond a doubt, for the sound of merriment ascended even to her.
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12  Henry Crawford's retaining her hand at such a moment, a moment of such peculiar proof and importance, was worth ages of doubt and anxiety.
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13  There are such clergymen, no doubt, but I think they are not so common as to justify Miss Crawford in esteeming it their general character.
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14  To see the expression of her eyes, the change of her complexion, the progress of her feelings, their doubt, confusion, and felicity, was enough.
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15  She has a great desire to get as far as Mansfield Common: Mrs. Grant has been telling her of its fine views, and I have no doubt of her being perfectly equal to it.
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16  The lower part of the house had been now entirely shewn, and Mrs. Rushworth, never weary in the cause, would have proceeded towards the principal staircase, and taken them through all the rooms above, if her son had not interposed with a doubt of there being time enough.
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17  It was some months before Sir Thomas's consent could be received; but, in the meanwhile, as no one felt a doubt of his most cordial pleasure in the connexion, the intercourse of the two families was carried on without restraint, and no other attempt made at secrecy than Mrs. Norris's talking of it everywhere as a matter not to be talked of at present.
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