1 Also, that if you accompany me now, it is understood that you communicate no more with any of your friends who are here present.
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2 Cedric, ere they departed, expressed his peculiar gratitude to the Black Champion, and earnestly entreated him to accompany him to Rotherwood.
3 He would accompany her to the broad riding.
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4 This scheme was that she should accompany her brother back to Portsmouth, and spend a little time with her own family.
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5 We are going into the country, and my aunt intends that you shall accompany us.
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6 But yesterday morning you had made up your mind, in a great hurry, to stay here, and to accompany your mother, like a dutiful son, to the sea-side.
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7 Discretion rather than terror prompted the boy to turn back instead of passing the light, with a view of asking Miss Eustacia Vye to let her servant accompany him home.
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8 I think I would rather you did not accompany me further.
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9 Having seen Eustacia's signal from the hill at eight o'clock, Wildeve immediately prepared to assist her in her flight, and, as he hoped, accompany her.
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10 I rapidly threw on my clothes and was ready in a few minutes to accompany my friend down to the sitting-room.
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11 At breakfast, however, I informed him about my discovery and asked him whether he would care to accompany me to Coombe Tracey.
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12 If you could accompany me in that last step you might be of considerable service to me.
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13 Watson, I think that we shall accompany Dr. Huxtable back to the north of England.
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14 The strange exultation that so often seems to accompany hard fighting came upon me.
15 When we have conducted you over the mountains no one can accompany you further, for my subjects have made a vow never to quit the kingdom, and they are too wise to break it.