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1  But I forgave you before the week was out.
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2  Tell it to come round next week, at the same hour.
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3  I am afraid I can't stay more than a week this time.
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4  I wrote always three times a week, and sometimes oftener.
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5  Oh, before the end of the week I shall have got rid of him.
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6  Our little county newspaper is sure to chronicle the fact next week.
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7  You are certainly not staying with me for a whole week as a guest or anything else.
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8  Uncle Jack would be very much annoyed if he knew you were staying on till next week, at the same hour.
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9  To begin with, I dined there on Monday, and once a week is quite enough to dine with one's own relations.
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10  You can hardly have forgotten that some one very closely connected with you was very nearly carried off this week in Paris by a severe chill.
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11  A few weeks later, through the elaborate investigations of the Metropolitan police, the perambulator was discovered at midnight, standing by itself in a remote corner of Bayswater.
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12  If it wasn't for Bunbury's extraordinary bad health, for instance, I wouldn't be able to dine with you at Willis's to-night, for I have been really engaged to Aunt Augusta for more than a week.
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