1 Jo was the first to wake in the gray dawn of Christmas morning.
2 Jo opened the paper and began to laugh, for the first words she saw were.
3 Miss Crocker tasted first, made a wry face, and drank some water hastily.
4 "We have got to get by the lions first," said Jo, as if she rather liked the prospect.
5 Hold up your dress and put your hat on straight, it looks sentimental tipped that way and will fly off at the first puff.
6 For the first time in her life she had been struck, and the disgrace, in her eyes, was as deep as if he had knocked her down.
7 It quite took their breath away, and they stared first at the table and then at their mother, who looked as if she enjoyed it immensely.
8 Beth, who was ready first, kept reporting what went on next door, and enlivened her sisters' toilets by frequent telegrams from the window.
9 Now Mr. Davis had declared limes a contraband article, and solemnly vowed to publicly ferrule the first person who was found breaking the law.
10 The Moffats were very fashionable, and simple Meg was rather daunted, at first, by the splendor of the house and the elegance of its occupants.
11 Money is a needful and precious thing, and when well used, a noble thing, but I never want you to think it is the first or only prize to strive for.
12 "I'll go on to the first bend, and see if it's all right before we begin to race," Amy heard him say, as he shot away, looking like a young Russian in his fur-trimmed coat and cap.
13 On going up to put away her best hat, Jo's first look was toward the bureau, for in their last quarrel Amy had soothed her feelings by turning Jo's top drawer upside down on the floor.
14 "She took it out a minute ago, and went off with it to put a ribbon on it, or some such notion," replied Jo, dancing about the room to take the first stiffness off the new army slippers.
15 A moment was allowed for the first thrill to subside, then Hugo, the villain, stalked in with a clanking sword at his side, a slouching hat, black beard, mysterious cloak, and the boots.
16 The first sound in the morning was her voice as she went about the house singing like a lark, and the last sound at night was the same cheery sound, for the girls never grew too old for that familiar lullaby.
17 But she begged so hard, and Sallie had promised to take good care of her, and a little pleasure seemed so delightful after a winter of irksome work that the mother yielded, and the daughter went to take her first taste of fashionable life.
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