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1  Dickon he doesn't mind th wet.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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2  "I'm sure you wouldn't mind him," said Mary.
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3  She made up her mind to go and find it herself.
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4  "He's made up his mind to make friends with thee," replied Ben.
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5  He said, 'The lad might live if he would make up his mind to it.'
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6  She did not mind much, because she had already counted up to thirty.
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7  The corridor looked very long and dark, but she was too excited to mind that.
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8  She had been beginning to think it would be, but now she had changed her mind entirely.
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9  "This is such a big lonely place," she said slowly, as if she were turning matters over in her mind.
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10  At length she went to her own special walk and made up her mind to try if she could skip the whole length of it.
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11  There's one boy," he said quite slowly, as if he were thinking over every word, "there's one boy I believe I shouldn't mind.
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12  Just as it had given her an appetite, and fighting with the wind had stirred her blood, so the same things had stirred her mind.
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13  She had looked forward to telling him a great many things and she had meant to try to make up her mind whether it would be safe to trust him with the great secret.
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14  The nurse was just going to give up the case because she was so sick of him, but she says she doesn't mind staying now you've gone on duty with her, laughing a little.
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15  She did not care very much about the library itself, because she had read very few books; but to hear of it brought back to her mind the hundred rooms with closed doors.
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16  She took the key in her pocket when she went back to the house, and she made up her mind that she would always carry it with her when she went out, so that if she ever should find the hidden door she would be ready.
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17  She felt almost sure that if she kept on talking and could make him see the garden in his mind as she had seen it he would like it so much that he could not bear to think that everybody might tramp in to it when they chose.
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