1 My own decision, however, is unalterable.
2 It was given to him in mistake for his own.
3 I have unpacked it and put it in the room next to your own.
4 My own one, I have never loved any one in the world but you.
5 But my dear Lady Bracknell, the matter is entirely in your own hands.
6 In fact, now you mention the subject, I have been very bad in my own small way.
7 Well, I own a house in Belgrave Square, but it is let by the year to Lady Bloxham.
8 The amount of women in London who flirt with their own husbands is perfectly scandalous.
9 A case of twins that occurred recently in one of the outlying cottages on your own estate.
10 I beg your pardon, Algy, I suppose I shouldn't talk about your own aunt in that way before you.
11 She will place me next Mary Farquhar, who always flirts with her own husband across the dinner-table.
12 To begin with, I dined there on Monday, and once a week is quite enough to dine with one's own relations.
13 I remember recommending one to young Lady Lancing, and after three months her own husband did not know her.
14 Well, my own dear, sweet, loving little darling, I really can't see why you should object to the name of Algernon.
15 To my own knowledge she has been thirty-five ever since she arrived at the age of forty, which was many years ago now.
16 London society is full of women of the very highest birth who have, of their own free choice, remained thirty-five for years.
17 There is no objection, I admit, to an aunt being a small aunt, but why an aunt, no matter what her size may be, should call her own nephew her uncle, I can't quite make out.
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