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1  I know now the span of my life.
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2  I want to take up my life here, with our marriage.
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3  This is no jest, but life and death, perhaps more.
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4  She is in gay spirits and full of life and cheerfulness.
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5  The life of an assistant schoolmistress is sometimes trying.
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6  I bent over him, and tried to find any sign of life, but in vain.
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7  I have an appetite like a cormorant, am full of life, and sleep well.
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8  To me it seems only yesterday that my whole life ended with my new hope, and that truly I began a new record.
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9  It was my privilege to be your friend and guide when you came from the schoolroom to prepare for the world of life.
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10  He told me how dear I was to him, though he had known me so little, and what his life would be with me to help and cheer him.
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11  I scolded him for it, but he argued quietly that it was very good and very wholesome; that it was life, strong life, and gave life to him.
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12  My dear, please Almighty God, your life may be all it promises: a long day of sunshine, with no harsh wind, no forgetting duty, no distrust.
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13  I sympathise with her, for I do the same, only Jonathan and I will start in life in a very simple way, and shall have to try to make both ends meet.
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14  I want you to see now, and with the eyes of a very happy wife, whither duty has led me; so that in your own married life you too may be all happy as I am.
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15  But you do not find the good husbandman dig up his planted corn to see if he grow; that is for the children who play at husbandry, and not for those who take it as of the work of their life.
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16  I long to go through the crowded streets of your mighty London, to be in the midst of the whirl and rush of humanity, to share its life, its change, its death, and all that makes it what it is.
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17  It is a very strange thing, this sleep-walking, for as soon as her will is thwarted in any physical way, her intention, if there be any, disappears, and she yields herself almost exactly to the routine of her life.
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