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1  We must go out on the lawn for that.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
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2  Lady Bertram did not go into public with her daughters.
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3  "I shall be very sorry to go away," said she, with a faltering voice.
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4  Her store-room, she thought, might have been good enough for Mrs. Grant to go into.
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5  I do not believe I shall go any farther," said he sullenly; "I see nothing of them.
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6  Sotherton is the only place that could give her a wish to go so far, but it cannot be, indeed.
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7  There were many other views to be shewn; and though the weather was hot, there were shady lanes wherever they wanted to go.
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8  She could go there after anything unpleasant below, and find immediate consolation in some pursuit, or some train of thought at hand.
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9  Fanny's thoughts were now all engrossed by the two who had left her so long ago, and getting quite impatient, she resolved to go in search of them.
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10  The Miss Bertrams laughed at the idea, assuring her that the barouche would hold four perfectly well, independent of the box, on which one might go with him.
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11  They could not get through; and as Miss Bertram's inclination for so doing did by no means lessen, it ended in Mr. Rushworth's declaring outright that he would go and fetch the key.
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12  If Tom is up, I shall go to him directly and get it over, and when we meet at breakfast we shall be all in high good-humour at the prospect of acting the fool together with such unanimity.
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13  It is the same sort of thing," said Fanny, after a short pause, "as for the son of an admiral to go into the navy, or the son of a general to be in the army, and nobody sees anything wrong in that.
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14  Sir Thomas found it expedient to go to Antigua himself, for the better arrangement of his affairs, and he took his eldest son with him, in the hope of detaching him from some bad connexions at home.
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15  He could not think Lady Bertram quite equal to supply his place with them, or rather, to perform what should have been her own; but, in Mrs. Norris's watchful attention, and in Edmund's judgment, he had sufficient confidence to make him go without fears for their conduct.
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16  When this had lasted some time, the division of the party was completed by Tom Bertram and Mr. Yates walking off together to consult farther in the room now beginning to be called the Theatre, and Miss Bertram's resolving to go down to the Parsonage herself with the offer of Amelia to Miss Crawford; and Fanny remained alone.
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17  Mrs. Norris was most zealous in promoting the match, by every suggestion and contrivance likely to enhance its desirableness to either party; and, among other means, by seeking an intimacy with the gentleman's mother, who at present lived with him, and to whom she even forced Lady Bertram to go through ten miles of indifferent road to pay a morning visit.
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