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1  Nothing but buffoonery from beginning to end.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER XIV
2  This is the end of all the privacy and propriety which was talked about at first.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVI
3  But if you remember, before we left that first great path, we saw directly to the end of it.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IX
4  Miss Ward, at the end of half a dozen years, found herself obliged to be attached to the Rev.
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5  Mr. Crawford was the first to move forward to examine the capabilities of that end of the house.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IX
6  Lovers' Vows were at an end, and Lord and Lady Ravenshaw left to act My Grandmother by themselves.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIII
7  It is not ugly, you see, at this end; there is some fine timber, but the situation of the house is dreadful.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER VIII
8  Her own gentle voice speaking from the other end of the room, which was a very long one, told them that she was on the sofa.
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9  The request had not been foreseen, but was very graciously received, and Julia's day was likely to end almost as well as it began.
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10  He wrote in April, and had strong hopes of settling everything to his entire satisfaction, and leaving Antigua before the end of the summer.
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11  By the end of eleven years, however, Mrs. Price could no longer afford to cherish pride or resentment, or to lose one connexion that might possibly assist her.
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12  Fanny looked on and listened, not unamused to observe the selfishness which, more or less disguised, seemed to govern them all, and wondering how it would end.
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13  She must try to find amusement in what was passing at the upper end of the table, and in observing Mr. Rushworth, who was now making his appearance at Mansfield for the first time since the Crawfords' arrival.
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14  On reaching the bottom of the steps to the terrace, Mrs. Rushworth and Mrs. Norris presented themselves at the top, just ready for the wilderness, at the end of an hour and a half from their leaving the house.
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15  Even Edmund was very thankful for an arrangement which restored him to his share of the party; and Mrs. Norris thought it an excellent plan, and had it at her tongue's end, and was on the point of proposing it, when Mrs. Grant spoke.
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16  If we are to act, let it be in a theatre completely fitted up with pit, boxes, and gallery, and let us have a play entire from beginning to end; so as it be a German play, no matter what, with a good tricking, shifting afterpiece, and a figure-dance, and a hornpipe, and a song between the acts.
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17  Mrs. Price, in her turn, was injured and angry; and an answer, which comprehended each sister in its bitterness, and bestowed such very disrespectful reflections on the pride of Sir Thomas as Mrs. Norris could not possibly keep to herself, put an end to all intercourse between them for a considerable period.
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