1 Even the small privations of clothing and food did not annoy her, so happy was she to be in the world again.
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2 The sight never failed to annoy her, for Scarlett felt that the time for prayer had passed.
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3 You bore me to distraction, said Scarlett coldly, hoping to annoy him and divert him from the ever- unfortunate subject of Ashley.
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4 She longed to run home, bib and all, and ask Mother to lend her a hand, but John and she had agreed that they would never annoy anyone with their private worries, experiments, or quarrels.
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5 She thought it would annoy him, but he only folded his arms under his head, with an imperturbable, "That's not bad."
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6 Steerforth continued his protection of me, and proved a very useful friend; since nobody dared to annoy one whom he honoured with his countenance.
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7 She was sorry to annoy her sister and to do anything Levin disliked.
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8 In his fear lest he might fatigue or annoy the convalescent, he stepped behind him to smile.
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9 Cambalet, his niece; while others formed parties and plans to annoy the pages and guards of the cardinal duke--all things which appeared to d'Artagnan monstrous impossibilities.
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10 Now, Mary Jane," said Aunt Kate, "don't annoy Mr. D'Arcy.
11 But he did not say what the annoyances were.
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12 At last, with a feeling of relief, the travellers caught sight of macadam ahead, which promised an end both to the cobblestones and to sundry other annoyances.
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13 And although there might arise sometimes a courageous pope, such as Sixtus, yet neither fortune nor wisdom could rid him of these annoyances.
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14 Scarlett could think of nothing to say, and she felt her face growing red with annoyance.
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15 Little Wade was no longer an annoyance, for the family, black and white, and the neighbors idolized him and there was a never-ceasing rivalry as to whose lap he should occupy.
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