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1  Mrs. Dashwood looked at Elinor with surprise.
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2  Elinor heard all this with attention and surprise.
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3  Marianne saw and listened with increasing surprise.
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4  Perhaps," said Marianne, "I may consider it with some surprise.
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5  Mrs. Jennings received the refusal with some surprise, and repeated her invitation immediately.
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6  Your secret is safe with me; but pardon me if I express some surprise at so unnecessary a communication.
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7  In some surprise at the familiarity of this question, or at least of the manner in which it was spoken, Elinor replied that she was.
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8  It suggested no other surprise than that Elinor and Marianne should sit so composedly by, without claiming a share in what was passing.
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9  After a short silence which succeeded the first surprise and enquiries of meeting, Marianne asked Edward if he came directly from London.
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10  She remembered too, her own surprise at the time, at his mentioning nothing farther of those friends, at his total silence with respect even to their names.
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11  This was quite a new idea to Mrs. Dashwood; she had never been used to find wit in the inattention of any one, and could not help looking with surprise at them both.
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12  Mrs. Palmer laughed heartily at the recollection of their astonishment, and every body agreed, two or three times over, that it had been quite an agreeable surprise.
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13  As soon as they left the dining-room, Elinor enquired of her about it; and great was her surprise when she found that every circumstance related by Mrs. Jennings was perfectly true.
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14  Mrs. Jennings, in the meantime, talked on as loud as she could, and continued her account of their surprise, the evening before, on seeing their friends, without ceasing till every thing was told.
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15  From that moment she doubted not of their being engaged to each other; and the belief of it created no other surprise than that she, or any of their friends, should be left by tempers so frank, to discover it by accident.
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16  Marianne looked again; her heart sunk within her; and abruptly turning round, she was hurrying back, when the voices of both her sisters were raised to detain her; a third, almost as well known as Willoughby's, joined them in begging her to stop, and she turned round with surprise to see and welcome Edward Ferrars.
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17  Fortunately for those who pay their court through such foibles, a fond mother, though, in pursuit of praise for her children, the most rapacious of human beings, is likewise the most credulous; her demands are exorbitant; but she will swallow any thing; and the excessive affection and endurance of the Miss Steeles towards her offspring were viewed therefore by Lady Middleton without the smallest surprise or distrust.
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