1 My work is finished, and I am free.
2 But we are pledged to set the world free.
3 He can do all these things, yet he is not free.
4 In fact, so far as our powers extend, they are unfettered, and we are free to use them.
5 So that, my friend, it will be a blessed hand for her that shall strike the blow that sets her free.
6 Only for it we should have overtaken the boat long ago; and by now my dear Mina would have been free.
7 They are hospitable, with true Yorkshire hospitality: give a guest everything, and leave him free to do as he likes.
8 Then he very thoughtfully took a chair, with his back to me, so that I might be as free as possible, and began to read.
9 Your argument is complete, and if I were free to speak I should not hesitate a moment; but I am not my own master in the matter.
10 He could have the vessel drive to land; but if it were unfriendly land, wherein he was not free to move, his position would still be desperate.
11 But of the most blessed of all, when this now Un-Dead be made to rest as true dead, then the soul of the poor lady whom we love shall again be free.
12 We are men and are able to bear; but you must be our star and our hope, and we shall act all the more free that you are not in the danger, such as we are.
13 Henceforth our work is to be a sealed book to her, till at least such time as we can tell her that all is finished, and the earth free from a monster of the nether world.
14 For now that he think he is free from every trace of us all, and that he has escaped us with so many hours to him, then his selfish child-brain will whisper him to sleep.
15 Mrs. Harker had sent a message by her husband to say that she would not join us at present, as she thought it better that we should be free to discuss our movements without her presence to embarrass us.
16 In the trance of three days ago the Count sent her his spirit to read her mind; or more like he took her to see him in his earth-box in the ship with water rushing, just as it go free at rise and set of sun.
17 I feared to wake her all at once, so, in order to have my hands free that I might help her, I fastened the shawl at her throat with a big safety-pin; but I must have been clumsy in my anxiety and pinched or pricked her with it, for by-and-by, when her breathing became quieter, she put her hand to her throat again and moaned.
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