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1  'I hope so,' replied the child.
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2  They talked of hope and comfort.
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3  'I hope not, sir,' said Mrs. Bedwin.
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4  'I hope not,' rejoined the old gentleman.
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5  'I hope I am, sir,' said Mr. Gamfield, with an ugly leer.
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6  The success of Mr. Sowerberry's ingenious speculation, exceeded even his most sanguine hopes.
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7  Oliver turned, for an instant, when they reached the door, in the hope of meeting a look from the girl.
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8  My hopes, my wishes, prospects, feeling: every thought in life except my love for you: have undergone a change.
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9  It is a world of disappointment: often to the hopes we most cherish, and hopes that do our nature the greatest honour.
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10  I only hope this'll teach master not to have any more of these dreadful creatures, that are born to be murderers and robbers from their very cradle.
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11  He had diminished the distance between himself and London by full four miles more, before he recollected how much he must undergo ere he could hope to reach his place of destination.
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12  Believe me, I make this request with good reason, for I might otherwise excite hopes destined never to be realised, and only increase difficulties and disappointments already quite numerous enough.
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13  Busy recollections of old hopes, cherished as a girl, long ago, crowded into the mind of Rose, while making this avowal; but they brought tears with them, as old hopes will when they come back withered; and they relieved her.
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14  He was still too weak to get up to breakfast; but, when he came down into the housekeeper's room next day, his first act was to cast an eager glance at the wall, in the hope of again looking on the face of the beautiful lady.
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15  I owe it to myself, that I, a friendless, portionless, girl, with a blight upon my name, should not give your friends reason to suspect that I had sordidly yielded to your first passion, and fastened myself, a clog, on all your hopes and projects.
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16  Mr. Fagin concluded by drawing a rather disagreeable picture of the discomforts of hanging; and, with great friendliness and politeness of manner, expressed his anxious hopes that he might never be obliged to submit Oliver Twist to that unpleasant operation.
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17  With many interruptions, and repeated insults, Mr. Brownlow contrived to state his case; observing that, in the surprise of the moment, he had run after the boy because he had saw him running away; and expressing his hope that, if the magistrate should believe him, although not actually the thief, to be connected with the thieves, he would deal as leniently with him as justice would allow.
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