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1  Undoubtedly; and after all you have no thanks for it.
Sense and Sensibility By Jane Austen
Get Context   In CHAPTER 2
2  Here he stopped to be thanked; which being done, he went on.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER 37
3  They thanked her; but were obliged to resist all her entreaties.
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4  Lady Middleton looked as if she thanked heaven that SHE had never made so rude a speech.
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5  Elinor's heart thanked her for such kindness towards Edward, though she could not forbear smiling at the form of it.
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6  She thanked him again and again; and, with a sweetness of address which always attended her, invited him to be seated.
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7  Elinor kept her concern and her censure to herself; and was very thankful that Marianne was not present, to share the provocation.
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8  She was determined to drop his acquaintance immediately, and she was very thankful that she had never been acquainted with him at all.
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9  When there, at her own particular request, for she was impatient to pour forth her thanks to him for fetching her mother, Colonel Brandon was invited to visit her.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER 46
10  Elinor's thanks followed this speech with grateful earnestness; attended too with the assurance of her expecting material advantage to Marianne, from the communication of what had passed.
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11  She thanked him with brief, though fervent gratitude, and while he went to hurry off his servant with a message to Mr. Harris, and an order for post-horses directly, she wrote a few lines to her mother.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER 43
12  I thank you, ma'am, sincerely thank you," said Marianne, with warmth: "your invitation has insured my gratitude for ever, and it would give me such happiness, yes, almost the greatest happiness I am capable of, to be able to accept it.
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13  We have had great trials, and great persecutions, but however, at the same time, gratefully acknowledge many friends, yourself not the least among them, whose great kindness I shall always thankfully remember, as will Edward too, who I have told of it.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER 38
14  She thanked him for it with all her heart, spoke of Edward's principles and disposition with that praise which she knew them to deserve; and promised to undertake the commission with pleasure, if it were really his wish to put off so agreeable an office to another.
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15  Mrs. Dashwood, too happy to be comfortable, knew not how to love Edward, nor praise Elinor enough, how to be enough thankful for his release without wounding his delicacy, nor how at once to give them leisure for unrestrained conversation together, and yet enjoy, as she wished, the sight and society of both.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER 49
16  Edward, having carried his thanks to Colonel Brandon, proceeded with his happiness to Lucy; and such was the excess of it by the time he reached Bartlett's Buildings, that she was able to assure Mrs. Jennings, who called on her again the next day with her congratulations, that she had never seen him in such spirits before in her life.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER 41