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1  "I hope I am not ungrateful, aunt," said Fanny modestly.
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2  I am of some use, I hope, in preventing waste and making the most of things.
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3  The nothing of conversation has its gradations, I hope, as well as the never.
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4  Not, I should hope, of the proportion of virtue to vice throughout the kingdom.
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5  Why, indeed, Fanny, I should hope to be remembered at such a distance as the White House.
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6  I hope I should not have been influenced myself in a wrong way, and I am sure my father was too conscientious to have allowed it.
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7  She spoke of her farther as somewhat delicate and puny, but was sanguine in the hope of her being materially better for change of air.
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8  It was a gloomy prospect, and all she could do was to throw a mist over it, and hope when the mist cleared away she should see something else.
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9  Upon the whole, it was a comfortable winter to her; for though it brought no William to England, the never-failing hope of his arrival was worth much.
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10  If you are resolved on acting," replied the persevering Edmund, "I must hope it will be in a very small and quiet way; and I think a theatre ought not to be attempted.
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11  Mrs. Norris was quite at his service; and though she perfectly agreed with him as to its being a most difficult thing, encouraged him to hope that between them it would be easily managed.
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12  Edmund had little to hope, but he was still urging the subject when Henry Crawford entered the room, fresh from the Parsonage, calling out, "No want of hands in our theatre, Miss Bertram."
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13  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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14  She had loved, she did love still, and she had all the suffering which a warm temper and a high spirit were likely to endure under the disappointment of a dear, though irrational hope, with a strong sense of ill-usage.
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15  His business was so nearly concluded as to justify him in proposing to take his passage in the September packet, and he consequently looked forward with the hope of being with his beloved family again early in November.
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16  The necessity of the measure in a pecuniary light, and the hope of its utility to his son, reconciled Sir Thomas to the effort of quitting the rest of his family, and of leaving his daughters to the direction of others at their present most interesting time of life.
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17  There was another family living actually held for Edmund; but though this circumstance had made the arrangement somewhat easier to Sir Thomas's conscience, he could not but feel it to be an act of injustice, and he earnestly tried to impress his eldest son with the same conviction, in the hope of its producing a better effect than anything he had yet been able to say or do.
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