1 It was a large square room, looking all the larger from the absence of all furniture.
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2 The German name of the victim, the absence of all other motive, and the sinister inscription on the wall, all pointed to its perpetration by political refugees and revolutionists.
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3 In the middle of the summer Moses the raven suddenly reappeared on the farm, after an absence of several years.
4 He had established a confidence with her, that absolutely turned upon her indifference towards her husband, and the absence, now and at all times, of any congeniality between them.
5 Your absence will make a vast difference to me, sir, as I think you very well know.
6 But their enterprise was delayed by the absence of more than one main limb of the confederacy.
7 Clifford was much more hedgy and nervous, he got cold feet much quicker in Connie's absence, and the talk didn't run.
8 To find there, what he had forgotten during his absence of years, a pettiness and a vulgarity of manner extremely distasteful.
9 Clifford hated her going, but it was only because he didn't feel safe in her absence.
10 Their father was no object of love to them; he had never seemed the friend of their pleasures, and his absence was unhappily most welcome.
11 The sort of dread in which Fanny now sat of seeing Mr. Rushworth prevented her thinking so much of their continued absence, however, as she might have done.
12 It was evident that they had been spending their time pleasantly, and were not aware of the length of their absence.
13 The play should not be lost by his absence.
14 There was never much laughing in his presence; or, if there is any difference, it is not more, I think, than such an absence has a tendency to produce at first.
15 The liberty which his absence had given was now become absolutely necessary.