1 We shall cheer her sorrows," said Prince John, "and amend her blood, by wedding her to a Norman.
2 Arriving at the conclusion that it certainly was, he turned his back upon the scenes of the past, resolved to amend it in some new sphere of action.
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3 I have no one near me, gentle yet courageous, possessed of a cultivated as well as of a capacious mind, whose tastes are like my own, to approve or amend my plans.
4 Gladly will I do as you wish, since for many a day past have I been longing to amend my life, and to engage in husbandry, and to reorder my affairs.
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5 They are hardly to be prevailed with to amend the acknowledged faults in the frame they have been accustomed to.
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6 But perhaps the abuse of such people as yourself and Marianne will make amends for the regard of Lady Middleton and her mother.
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7 They afforded her no companion that could make amends for what she had left behind, nor that could teach her to think of Norland with less regret than ever.
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8 Her idea was my refuge in disappointment and distress, and made some amends to me, even for the loss of my friend.
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9 It was an aggravating circumstance in the case that he had no idea of this, but conceived that he was making me amends in every new discovery: not to say, heaping obligations on my head.
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10 I told the gentleman at first, when he told me upstairs it was come to light, that I would answer for your being umble, and making amends.
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11 I do not know how you will ever make him amends for his kindness; or me, either, for that matter.
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12 At that instant, she felt that years of happiness could not make Jane or herself amends for moments of such painful confusion.
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13 As far as I can see, it will be your chief diversion hereafter; unless Linton make amends for other losses: and your provident parent appears to fancy he may.
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14 That noon he sat down to dinner with us, and received a heaped-up plate from my hands, as if he intended to make amends for previous fasting.
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15 There was a rich amends, however, preparing for her.
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