1 She's done her best for you and she's got no place to go to.
2 They're in a place you don't know about, Zeena answered darkly, with one of her secret looks.
3 He said to himself: "This is Matt's last day," and tried to think what the place would be without her.
4 She chose to look down on Starkfield, but she could not have lived in a place which looked down on her.
5 He sprang to his seat and bent over to tuck the rug about her as she slipped into the place at his side.
6 Ethan undressed hurriedly and blew out the light so that he should not see her when he took his place at her side.
7 When it was in place they stood side by side on the door-step, watching Daniel Byrne plunge off behind his fidgety horse.
8 The words had been on his tongue all the evening, but now that he had spoken them they struck him as inexpressibly vulgar and out of place.
9 Hale sat with his feet up on the stove, his back propped against a battered desk strewn with papers: the place, like the man, was warm, genial and untidy.
10 Zeena took the view that Mattie was bound to make the best of Starkfield since she hadn't any other place to go to; but this did not strike Ethan as conclusive.
11 There were things he had to say to her before they parted, but he could not say them in that place of summer memories, and he turned and followed her in silence to the sleigh.
12 Eady and his assistant were both "down street," and young Denis, who seldom deigned to take their place, was lounging by the stove with a knot of the golden youth of Starkfield.
13 The kitchen was a poor place, not "spruce" and shining as his mother had kept it in his boyhood; but it was surprising what a homelike look the mere fact of Zeena's absence gave it.
14 Then, when the loading finally began, a sleety rain was coming down once more, and the tree trunks were so slippery that it took twice as long as usual to lift them and get them in place on the sledge.
15 The entertainment of which he spoke was one of the few that they had taken part in together: a "church picnic" which, on a long afternoon of the preceding summer, had filled the retired place with merry-making.
16 A slight engineering job in Florida, put in his way during his period of study at Worcester, increased his faith in his ability as well as his eagerness to see the world; and he felt sure that, with a "smart" wife like Zeena, it would not be long before he had made himself a place in it.
17 Her nearest relations had been induced to place their savings in her father's hands, and though, after his death, they ungrudgingly acquitted themselves of the Christian duty of returning good for evil by giving his daughter all the advice at their disposal, they could hardly be expected to supplement it by material aid.
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