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1  She had found out a great deal this morning.
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2  Martha laughed as she had done the first morning.
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3  There was something mysterious in the air that morning.
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4  Surely no other little girl ever spent such a queer morning.
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5  Of course, it did seem to begin to grow for her that morning.
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6  She ran up the walk to the green door she had entered the first morning.
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7  They looked fuller of lace than ever this morning, but her eyes were not laughing at all.
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8  The moor was hidden in mist when the morning came, and the rain had not stopped pouring down.
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9  She hoped he would come back the very next day and she fell asleep looking forward to the morning.
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10  After that, appalling things happened, and the mysteriousness of the morning was explained to Mary.
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11  "Tha'rt like th robin," he said to her one morning when he lifted his head and saw her standing by him.
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12  She was thinking that the small plain face did not look quite as sour at this moment as it had done the first morning she saw it.
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13  Mistress Mary always felt that however many years she lived she should never forget that first morning when her garden began to grow.
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14  She stood at the window for about ten minutes this morning after Martha had swept up the hearth for the last time and gone downstairs.
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15  He very seldom talked much and sometimes did not even answer Mary's questions except by a grunt, but this morning he said more than usual.
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16  She was actually left alone as the morning went on, and at last she wandered out into the garden and began to play by herself under a tree near the veranda.
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17  Mrs. Medlock had allowed Martha to sleep all night at the cottage, but she was back at her work in the morning with cheeks redder than ever and in the best of spirits.
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18  When she opened her eyes in the morning it was because a young housemaid had come into her room to light the fire and was kneeling on the hearth-rug raking out the cinders noisily.
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19  One frightfully hot morning, when she was about nine years old, she awakened feeling very cross, and she became crosser still when she saw that the servant who stood by her bedside was not her Ayah.
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20  But after a few days spent almost entirely out of doors she wakened one morning knowing what it was to be hungry, and when she sat down to her breakfast she did not glance disdainfully at her porridge and push it away, but took up her spoon and began to eat it and went on eating it until her bowl was empty.
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