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1  And she proceeded to prepare the meal.
Jane Eyre By Charlotte Bronte
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2  And now, as it was long past one, I prepared to leave him.
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3  All, you know, is prepared for prompt departure: to-morrow you shall go.
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4  Its second rising displayed a more elaborately prepared scene than the last.
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5  The materials are all prepared; there only wants a movement to combine them.
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6  And yet the spectacle of desolation I had just left prepared me in a measure for a tale of misery.
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7  But I would not be lachrymose: I dashed off the salt drops, and busied myself with preparing breakfast.
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8  Summoning Mary, I soon had the room in more cheerful order: I prepared him, likewise, a comfortable repast.
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9  This preparation for bonds, and the additional ignominy it inferred, took a little of the excitement out of me.
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10  Diana, as she passed in and out, in the course of preparing tea, brought me a little cake, baked on the top of the oven.
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11  I was prepared for the hot rain of tears; only I wanted them to be shed on my breast: now a senseless floor has received them, or your drenched handkerchief.
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12  I had brushed my black stuff travelling-dress, prepared my bonnet, gloves, and muff; sought in all my drawers to see that no article was left behind; and now having nothing more to do, I sat down and tried to rest.
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13  I thought how I would carry down to you the square of unembroidered blond I had myself prepared as a covering for my low-born head, and ask if that was not good enough for a woman who could bring her husband neither fortune, beauty, nor connections.
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14  Bessie, having pressed me in vain to take a few spoonfuls of the boiled milk and bread she had prepared for me, wrapped up some biscuits in a paper and put them into my bag; then she helped me on with my pelisse and bonnet, and wrapping herself in a shawl, she and I left the nursery.
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15  I can now conjecture readily that this streak of light was, in all likelihood, a gleam from a lantern carried by some one across the lawn: but then, prepared as my mind was for horror, shaken as my nerves were by agitation, I thought the swift darting beam was a herald of some coming vision from another world.
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16  Besides, there were fewer to feed; the sick could eat little; our breakfast-basins were better filled; when there was no time to prepare a regular dinner, which often happened, she would give us a large piece of cold pie, or a thick slice of bread and cheese, and this we carried away with us to the wood, where we each chose the spot we liked best, and dined sumptuously.
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17  Blanche Ingram, after having repelled, by supercilious taciturnity, some efforts of Mrs. Dent and Mrs. Eshton to draw her into conversation, had first murmured over some sentimental tunes and airs on the piano, and then, having fetched a novel from the library, had flung herself in haughty listlessness on a sofa, and prepared to beguile, by the spell of fiction, the tedious hours of absence.
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