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1  Of Rears and Vices I saw enough.
Mansfield Park By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER VI
2  Mrs. Rushworth, who saw nothing but her son, was quite at a loss.
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3  I never saw Mansfield Wood so full of pheasants in my life as this year.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIX
4  But if you remember, before we left that first great path, we saw directly to the end of it.
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5  Fanny saw and pitied much of this in Julia; but there was no outward fellowship between them.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVII
6  Tom was engrossed by the concerns of his theatre, and saw nothing that did not immediately relate to it.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVII
7  Sir Thomas soon appeared, and Maria saw with delight and agitation the introduction of the man she loved to her father.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XX
8  Fanny's eyes followed Edmund, and her heart beat for him as she heard this speech, and saw his look, and felt what his sensations must be.
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9  Her brother was not handsome: no, when they first saw him he was absolutely plain, black and plain; but still he was the gentleman, with a pleasing address.
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10  Not less acutely was it felt by Fanny, who had edged back her chair behind her aunt's end of the sofa, and, screened from notice herself, saw all that was passing before her.
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11  Edmund was close to her; he was speaking to her; he was evidently directing her management of the bridle; he had hold of her hand; she saw it, or the imagination supplied what the eye could not reach.
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12  She had none of Fanny's delicacy of taste, of mind, of feeling; she saw Nature, inanimate Nature, with little observation; her attention was all for men and women, her talents for the light and lively.
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13  In the country, therefore, the Miss Bertrams continued to exercise their memories, practise their duets, and grow tall and womanly: and their father saw them becoming in person, manner, and accomplishments, everything that could satisfy his anxiety.
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14  It was the very thing of all others to be wished, it was the best, it was the only way of proceeding with any advantage, in Henry Crawford's opinion; and he directly saw a knoll not half a mile off, which would give them exactly the requisite command of the house.
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15  Of the rest she saw nothing: nobody seemed to think of her ever going amongst them again, even for a visit, nobody at home seemed to want her; but William determining, soon after her removal, to be a sailor, was invited to spend a week with his sister in Northamptonshire before he went to sea.
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16  Fanny was just beginning to collect herself, and to feel that if she staid longer behind it might seem disrespectful, when this point was settled, and being commissioned with the brother and sister's apology, saw them preparing to go as she quitted the room herself to perform the dreadful duty of appearing before her uncle.
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17  The two cousins walked home together; and, except in the immediate discussion of this engagement, which Edmund spoke of with the warmest satisfaction, as so particularly desirable for her in the intimacy which he saw with so much pleasure established, it was a silent walk; for having finished that subject, he grew thoughtful and indisposed for any other.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXII
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