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1  For a few moments every one was silent.
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2  They were again silent for many minutes.
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3  Elinor for a few moments remained silent.
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4  Lucy looked at Elinor again, and was silent.
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5  Lady Middleton was more agreeable than her mother only in being more silent.
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6  A few minutes more of silent exertion enabled him to proceed with composure.
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7  Marianne remained perfectly silent, though her countenance betrayed her interest in what was said.
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8  She could not be silent when such points were introduced, and she had neither shyness nor reserve in their discussion.
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9  The excellence of his understanding and his principles can be concealed only by that shyness which too often keeps him silent.
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10  The subject was continued no farther; and Marianne remained thoughtfully silent, till a new object suddenly engaged her attention.
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11  After her entrance, Colonel Brandon became more thoughtful and silent than he had been before, and Mrs. Jennings could not prevail on him to stay long.
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12  Marianne was silent; it was impossible for her to say what she did not feel, however trivial the occasion; and upon Elinor therefore the whole task of telling lies when politeness required it, always fell.
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13  Marianne was in a silent agony, too much oppressed even for tears; but as Mrs. Jennings was luckily not come home, they could go directly to their own room, where hartshorn restored her a little to herself.
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14  And then rising, she went away to join Marianne, whom she found, as she expected, in her own room, leaning, in silent misery, over the small remains of a fire, which, till Elinor's entrance, had been her only light.
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15  She turned towards Lucy in silent amazement, unable to divine the reason or object of such a declaration; and though her complexion varied, she stood firm in incredulity, and felt in no danger of an hysterical fit, or a swoon.
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16  Again they all sat down, and for a moment or two all were silent; while Marianne was looking with the most speaking tenderness, sometimes at Edward and sometimes at Elinor, regretting only that their delight in each other should be checked by Lucy's unwelcome presence.
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17  Such violence of affliction indeed could not be supported for ever; it sunk within a few days into a calmer melancholy; but these employments, to which she daily recurred, her solitary walks and silent meditations, still produced occasional effusions of sorrow as lively as ever.
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