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1  Here I am noble; I am boyar; the common people know me, and I am master.
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2  He is certainly a man of noble nature; poor dear Lucy was right about him.
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3  I feel from having seen him that he is good and kind and of a noble nature.
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4  We Transylvanian nobles love not to think that our bones may lie amongst the common dead.
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5  They attach themselves as a rule to some great noble or boyar, and call themselves by his name.
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6  Your husband is noble nature, and you are noble too, for you trust, and trust cannot be where there is mean nature.
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7  The poise of the head strikes one at once as indicative of thought and power; the head is noble, well-sized, broad, and large behind the ears.
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8  It is a most noble ruin, of immense size, and full of beautiful and romantic bits; there is a legend that a white lady is seen in one of the windows.
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9  The Draculas were, says Arminius, a great and noble race, though now and again were scions who were held by their coevals to have had dealings with the Evil One.
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10  The opportunities of acquiring an abnormal thirst had been here limited; a noble use of them had, however, been made, and again I was compelled to deal with the result in an ex post facto manner.
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11  The impression I had was that we were leaving the West and entering the East; the most western of splendid bridges over the Danube, which is here of noble width and depth, took us among the traditions of Turkish rule.
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