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1  Captain Wentworth now hurried off to get everything ready on his part, and to be soon followed by the two ladies.
Persuasion By Jane Austen
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2  Anne was startled and confused; but after standing in a moment's suspense, was obliged, and not sorry to be obliged, to hurry away.
Persuasion By Jane Austen
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3  She gave a moment's recollection, as they hurried along, to the little circumstances which the same spots had witnessed earlier in the morning.
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4  Mrs Croft left them, and Captain Wentworth, having sealed his letter with great rapidity, was indeed ready, and had even a hurried, agitated air, which shewed impatience to be gone.
Persuasion By Jane Austen
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5  She had once partly promised Mrs Smith to spend the evening with her; but in a short hurried call she excused herself and put it off, with the more decided promise of a longer visit on the morrow.
Persuasion By Jane Austen
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6  He had been prevented setting off for Thornberry, but I really forget by what; for I was in a hurry, and could not much attend, and I can only answer for his being determined not to be delayed in his return.
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7  A few minutes, though as few as possible, were inevitably consumed; and when her own mistress again, when able to turn and look as she had done before, she found herself accosted by Captain Wentworth, in a reserved yet hurried sort of farewell.
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