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1  Thank you, thank you very much.
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2  I thanked him and said I would.
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3  I thank you even more for the tone of the question.
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4  "I feel thankful that I have been ill, Joe," I said.
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5  If you have come here to thank me, it was not necessary.
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6  "No, thank you," I replied, turning from the table to brood over the fire.
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7  I too had fallen into the old ways, only happy and thankful that he let me.
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8  I am glad that, thinking I deserve to be thanked, you have come to thank me.
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9  I am glad that, thinking I deserve to be thanked, you have come to thank me.
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10  I thanked him, staring at him far beyond the bounds of good manners, and holding tight to Joe.
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11  Much comforted by these considerations, I thanked Wemmick again and again, and begged him to proceed.
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12  As I did not like him either, I took the liberty of saying that we thanked him, but we didn't want seeing home.
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13  I'll engage there's no Tar in that: so, the sergeant thanked him and said that as he preferred his drink without tar, he would take wine, if it was equally convenient.
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14  But as I was used to sit beside Joe whenever I entered that place of resort, I said "No, thank you, sir," and fell into the space Joe made for me on the opposite settle.
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15  I thanked him for his friendship and caution, and our discourse proceeded in a low tone, while I toasted the Aged's sausage and he buttered the crumb of the Aged's roll.
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16  My left arm was a good deal burned to the elbow, and, less severely, as high as the shoulder; it was very painful, but the flames had set in that direction, and I felt thankful it was no worse.
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17  I thanked him and ran home again, and there I found that Joe had already locked the front door and vacated the state parlor, and was seated by the kitchen fire with a hand on each knee, gazing intently at the burning coals.
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