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1  Fanny thanked him, but tried to laugh it off.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XLII
2  At the moment she could only thank and accept.
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3  She thanked Miss Crawford, but gave a decided negative.
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4  His niece, meanwhile, did not thank him for what he had just done.
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5  With thanks for the honour of your note, I remain, dear Miss Crawford, etc.
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6  Before they parted, she had to thank him for another pleasure, and one of no trivial kind.
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7  I cannot attempt to thank you," she continued, in a very agitated manner; "thanks are out of the question.
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8  I cannot attempt to thank you," she continued, in a very agitated manner; "thanks are out of the question.
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9  You are too kind," said Fanny, colouring at such praise; "how shall I ever thank you as I ought, for thinking so well of me.
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10  I am most happy that you like the chain, and that it should be here in time for to-morrow; but your thanks are far beyond the occasion.
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11  It was imputed to very reasonable weariness, and she was thanked and pitied; but she deserved their pity more than she hoped they would ever surmise.
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12  Fanny thanked him again, but was affected and distressed to a degree that made it impossible for her to say much, or even to be certain of what she ought to say.
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13  Fanny dared not make any farther opposition; and with renewed but less happy thanks accepted the necklace again, for there was an expression in Miss Crawford's eyes which she could not be satisfied with.
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14  She should have to do the honours of the evening; and this reflection quickly restored so much of her good-humour as enabled her to join in with the others, before their happiness and thanks were all expressed.
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15  Even Edmund was very thankful for an arrangement which restored him to his share of the party; and Mrs. Norris thought it an excellent plan, and had it at her tongue's end, and was on the point of proposing it, when Mrs. Grant spoke.
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16  Then she was shrinking again into herself, and blushing and working as hard as ever; but it had been enough to give Edmund encouragement for his friend, and as he cordially thanked him, he hoped to be expressing Fanny's secret feelings too.
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17  She thanked him for his great attention, his paternal kindness, but he was quite mistaken in supposing she had the smallest desire of breaking through her engagement, or was sensible of any change of opinion or inclination since her forming it.
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