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1  From her, she soon learned that the party to Clifton had taken place.
Northanger Abbey By Jane Austen
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2  From the Thorpes she could learn nothing, for they had been only two days in Bath before they met with Mrs. Allen.
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3  The mere habit of learning to love is the thing; and a teachableness of disposition in a young lady is a great blessing.
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4  Miss Tilney was in a very pretty spotted muslin, and I fancy, by what I can learn, that she always dresses very handsomely.
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5  She never could learn or understand anything before she was taught; and sometimes not even then, for she was often inattentive, and occasionally stupid.
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6  She did not learn either to forget or defend the past; but she learned to hope that it would never transpire farther, and that it might not cost her Henry's entire regard.
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7  She did not learn either to forget or defend the past; but she learned to hope that it would never transpire farther, and that it might not cost her Henry's entire regard.
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8  Her mother wished her to learn music; and Catherine was sure she should like it, for she was very fond of tinkling the keys of the old forlorn spinnet; so, at eight years old she began.
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9  The agitation which she had herself experienced on first learning her brother's engagement made her expect to raise no inconsiderable emotion in Mr. and Mrs. Allen, by the communication of the wonderful event.
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10  She had a most harmless delight in being fine; and our heroine's entree into life could not take place till after three or four days had been spent in learning what was mostly worn, and her chaperone was provided with a dress of the newest fashion.
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11  But historians are not accountable for the difficulty of learning to read; and even you yourself, who do not altogether seem particularly friendly to very severe, very intense application, may perhaps be brought to acknowledge that it is very well worth-while to be tormented for two or three years of one's life, for the sake of being able to read all the rest of it.
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