1 I must tell you of my wedding present.
2 So no more just at present from your loving.
3 He has at present such a quantity that I have had myself to expostulate.
4 I was satisfied with his present condition, and directed him to be relieved.
5 My dear, I must stop here at present, I feel so miserable, though I am so happy.
6 You have work, much work, to do for her and for others; and the present will suffice.
7 The house is at present empty, but enclosed please find keys, all of which are labelled.
8 He is to report to me, and I shall advise you, for of course I was not present all the time.
9 I shall test him with his present craving and see how it will work out; then I shall know more.
10 In his speaking of things and people, and especially of battles, he spoke as if he had been present at them all.
11 Her mother was present, and in a few seconds I made up my mind that she was trying all she knew to mislead her mother and prevent her from being anxious.
12 He was going to tell me how unhappy he would be if I did not care for him, but when he saw me cry he said that he was a brute and would not add to my present trouble.
13 No trace has ever been found of the great dog; at which there is much mourning, for, with public opinion in its present state, he would, I believe, be adopted by the town.
14 I used my knowledge of this phase of spiritual pathology, and laid down a rule that she should not be present with Lucy or think of her illness more than was absolutely required.
15 He had been able to retain his self-command whilst the poor lady was present, for he knew her state and how mischievous a shock would be; he actually smiled on her as he held open the door for her to pass into her room.
16 I would fain have rebelled, but felt that in the present state of things it would be madness to quarrel openly with the Count whilst I am so absolutely in his power; and to refuse would be to excite his suspicion and to arouse his anger.
17 Between her and the port lay the great flat reef on which so many good ships have from time to time suffered, and, with the wind blowing from its present quarter, it would be quite impossible that she should fetch the entrance of the harbour.
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