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1  She were in poor elth, and quite broke.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
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2  I hope I know my poor grandpapa's position.
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3  Your poor sister is much the same as when you left.
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4  Mr. Wopsle hesitated, and we all began to conceive rather a poor opinion of him.
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5  I reposed complete confidence in no one but Biddy; but I told poor Biddy everything.
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6  If now considered in the light of a liberty, excuse it for the love of poor old days.
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7  My poor sister Charlotte, who was next me and died before she was fourteen, was a striking example.
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8  We don't know what you have done, but we wouldn't have you starved to death for it, poor miserable fellow-creatur.
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9  Her relations were poor and scheming, with the exception of my father; he was poor enough, but not time-serving or jealous.
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10  I mention this in this place, of a fixed purpose, because it is the clew by which I am to be followed into my poor labyrinth.
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11  Whether you scold me or approve of me," returned poor Biddy, "you may equally depend upon my trying to do all that lies in my power, here, at all times.
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12  The very stars to which I then raised my eyes, I am afraid I took to be but poor and humble stars for glittering on the rustic objects among which I had passed my life.
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13  Mrs. Pocket they held in contempt; but they allowed the poor soul to have been heavily disappointed in life, because that shed a feeble reflected light upon themselves.
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14  When I offered to your sister to keep company, and to be asked in church at such times as she was willing and ready to come to the forge, I said to her, 'And bring the poor little child.'
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15  I was not at all remorseful for having unwittingly set those other branches of the Pocket family to the poor arts they practised; because such littlenesses were their natural bent, and would have been evoked by anybody else, if I had left them slumbering.
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16  Of the manner and extent to which he took our trumps into custody, and came out with mean little cards at the ends of hands, before which the glory of our Kings and Queens was utterly abased, I say nothing; nor, of the feeling that I had, respecting his looking upon us personally in the light of three very obvious and poor riddles that he had found out long ago.
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17  Yet in the London streets so crowded with people and so brilliantly lighted in the dusk of evening, there were depressing hints of reproaches for that I had put the poor old kitchen at home so far away; and in the dead of night, the footsteps of some incapable impostor of a porter mooning about Barnard's Inn, under pretence of watching it, fell hollow on my heart.
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