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1  And I hope Aunt March won't croak.
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2  I hope the Vaughns are not fine grown-up people.
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3  I hope the third year from this will end better.
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4  Goodbye, Meggy, I hope the Kings won't strain today.
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5  this fine paper I hope you will pardon his badness and.
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6  all hope, tie a black ribbon to her basket, set aside her.
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7  I send my duty to Mr. March, and hope he's seen the last of his Pewmonia.
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8  His music isn't bad, but I hope he will do as well in more important things.
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9  She lay in that heavy stupor, alike unconscious of hope and joy, doubt and danger.
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10  No, I was glad that you were not in the saloon, because I hope you never go to such places.
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11  I did hope you'd stay respectable and be a satisfaction to your friends, said Jo, shaking her head.
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12  And now having disposed of my most valuable property I hope all will be satisfied and not blame the dead.
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13  Money is a good and useful thing, Jo, and I hope my girls will never feel the need of it too bitterly, nor be tempted by too much.
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14  It's simmering now, so I hope he'll keep out of my way, returned Jo, biting her lips as she glowered at Fred from under her big hat.
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15  There was a simultaneous sigh, which created quite a little gust, as the last hope fled, and the treat was ravished from their longing lips.
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16  To be loved and chosen by a good man is the best and sweetest thing which can happen to a woman, and I sincerely hope my girls may know this beautiful experience.
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17  "That's the interferingest chap I ever see, but I forgive him and do hope Mrs. March is coming right away," said Hannah, with an air of relief, when Jo told the good news.
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18  It is natural to think of it, Meg, right to hope and wait for it, and wise to prepare for it, so that when the happy time comes, you may feel ready for the duties and worthy of the joy.
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19  Six weeks is a long time to wait, and a still longer time for a girl to keep a secret, but Jo did both, and was just beginning to give up all hope of ever seeing her manuscript again, when a letter arrived which almost took her breath away, for on opening it, a check for a hundred dollars fell into her lap.
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20  Such hours are beautiful to live, but very hard to describe, so I will leave it to the imagination of my readers, merely saying that the house was full of genuine happiness, and that Meg's tender hope was realized, for when Beth woke from that long, healing sleep, the first objects on which her eyes fell were the little rose and Mother's face.
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