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1  My sweet love, do not be so abominably affected.
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2  Here Catherine again discerned the force of love.
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3  Friendship is certainly the finest balm for the pangs of disappointed love.
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4  At any rate, however, I am pleased that you have learnt to love a hyacinth.
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5  Indeed I am," she replied; "I love her exceedingly, and am delighted to find that you like her too.
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6  It is probable that she will neither love so well, nor flirt so well, as she might do either singly.
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7  That he should think it worth his while to fancy himself in love with her was a matter of lively astonishment.
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8  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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9  Your kind offices will set all right: he is the only man I ever did or could love, and I trust you will convince him of it.
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10  She has been in love with him ever since they first met, and while my father's consent was uncertain, she fretted herself almost into a fever.
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11  Here Catherine secretly acknowledged the power of love; for, though exceedingly fond of her brother, and partial to all his endowments, she had never in her life thought him handsome.
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12  Her love of dirt gave way to an inclination for finery, and she grew clean as she grew smart; she had now the pleasure of sometimes hearing her father and mother remark on her personal improvement.
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13  The anxious affection, which she was accused of having continually watched in Isabella's every look and action, had, in the course of their yesterday's party, received the delightful confession of an equal love.
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14  Catherine, though a little disappointed, had too much good nature to make any opposition, and the others rising up, Isabella had only time to press her friend's hand and say, "Good-bye, my dear love," before they hurried off.
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15  It seemed to her that Captain Tilney was falling in love with Isabella, and Isabella unconsciously encouraging him; unconsciously it must be, for Isabella's attachment to James was as certain and well acknowledged as her engagement.
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16  I remember too, Miss Andrews drank tea with us that evening, and wore her puce-coloured sarsenet; and she looked so heavenly that I thought your brother must certainly fall in love with her; I could not sleep a wink all night for thinking of it.
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17  Catherine, with all the earnestness of truth, expressed her astonishment at such a charge, protesting her innocence of every thought of Mr. Thorpe's being in love with her, and the consequent impossibility of her having ever intended to encourage him.
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