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1  He hated his mother's affectations.
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2  His mother was waiting for him below.
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3  She has not even told her own mother.
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4  I want you to tell me about his mother.
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5  Leaden with fear, his mother watched him.
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6  His mother was a Devereux, Lady Margaret Devereux.
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7  "No," answered his mother with a placid expression in her face.
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8  He said that he would sooner part with her when their mother was not present.
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9  Oh, something like, 'Charming boy--poor dear mother and I absolutely inseparable.'
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10  The mother snatched away by death, the boy left to solitude and the tyranny of an old and loveless man.
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11  It seems that as she was leaving the theatre with her mother, about half-past twelve or so, she said she had forgotten something upstairs.
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12  He was conscious also of the shallowness and vanity of his mother's nature, and in that saw infinite peril for Sibyl and Sibyl's happiness.
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13  Considerable sympathy was expressed for the mother of the deceased, who was greatly affected during the giving of her own evidence, and that of Dr. Birrell, who had made the post-mortem examination of the deceased.
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14  It was a large, well-proportioned room, which had been specially built by the last Lord Kelso for the use of the little grandson whom, for his strange likeness to his mother, and also for other reasons, he had always hated and desired to keep at a distance.
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15  Indeed, he was still devoted to the study of chemistry, and had a laboratory of his own in which he used to shut himself up all day long, greatly to the annoyance of his mother, who had set her heart on his standing for Parliament and had a vague idea that a chemist was a person who made up prescriptions.
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