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1  Before all else, you are a wife and a mother.
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2  Little Nora, poor dear, had no other mother but me.
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3  Dear old Anne, you were a good mother to me when I was little.
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4  I want to be a mother to someone, and your children need a mother.
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5  You must not forget that I had a helpless mother and two little brothers.
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6  Almost everyone who has gone to the bad early in life has had a deceitful mother.
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7  It seems most commonly to be the mother's influence, though naturally a bad father's would have the same result.
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8  But it is true that I am both proud and glad to think that I was privileged to make the end of my mother's life almost free from care.
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9  My poor mother needs me no more, for she is gone; and the boys do not need me either; they have got situations and can shift for themselves.
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10  My mother was alive then, and was bedridden and helpless, and I had to provide for my two younger brothers; so I did not think I was justified in refusing his offer.
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