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1  Well, by-and-by we shall have a few friends, and that will amuse her a little.
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2  It is but a cottage," she continued, "but I hope to see many of my friends in it.
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3  He looked rather distressed as he added, that he had been staying with some friends near Plymouth.
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4  But unfortunately my own nicety, and the nicety of my friends, have made me what I am, an idle, helpless being.
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5  I am sure," replied Elinor, with a smile, "that his dearest friends could not be dissatisfied with such commendation as that.
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6  But remember that the pain of parting from friends will be felt by every body at times, whatever be their education or state.
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7  I know very well that Colonel Brandon is not old enough to make his friends yet apprehensive of losing him in the course of nature.
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8  She remembered too, her own surprise at the time, at his mentioning nothing farther of those friends, at his total silence with respect even to their names.
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9  They were scarcely ever without some friends staying with them in the house, and they kept more company of every kind than any other family in the neighbourhood.
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10  Colonel Brandon's partiality for Marianne, which had so early been discovered by his friends, now first became perceptible to Elinor, when it ceased to be noticed by them.
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11  Though Mrs. Jennings was in the habit of spending a large portion of the year at the houses of her children and friends, she was not without a settled habitation of her own.
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12  Mrs. Jennings, in the meantime, talked on as loud as she could, and continued her account of their surprise, the evening before, on seeing their friends, without ceasing till every thing was told.
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13  From that moment she doubted not of their being engaged to each other; and the belief of it created no other surprise than that she, or any of their friends, should be left by tempers so frank, to discover it by accident.
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14  Edward remained a week at the cottage; he was earnestly pressed by Mrs. Dashwood to stay longer; but, as if he were bent only on self-mortification, he seemed resolved to be gone when his enjoyment among his friends was at the height.
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15  Sir John could do no more; but he did not know that any more was required: to be together was, in his opinion, to be intimate, and while his continual schemes for their meeting were effectual, he had not a doubt of their being established friends.
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16  He heard her with the most earnest attention, but seeming to recollect himself, said no more on the subject, and began directly to speak of his pleasure at seeing them in London, making the usual inquiries about their journey, and the friends they had left behind.
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17  Every thing in her household arrangements was conducted on the most liberal plan, and excepting a few old city friends, whom, to Lady Middleton's regret, she had never dropped, she visited no one to whom an introduction could at all discompose the feelings of her young companions.
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