1 We are anxious to know how you managed it.
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2 Nevertheless, they were both thoroughly frightened by the rebellion on Animal Farm, and very anxious to prevent their own animals from learning too much about it.
3 It was well seasoned, and Whymper had advised Napoleon to sell it; both Mr. Pilkington and Mr. Frederick were anxious to buy it.
4 Of the two, Frederick was the more anxious to get hold of it, but he would not offer a reasonable price.
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5 Never fear, good people of an anxious turn of mind, that Art will consign Nature to oblivion.
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6 You have poured balm into my anxious soul.
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7 He was anxious to see if she had relapsed since the previous evening.
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8 He had a jaded anxious look upon him, and his hand, usually steady, trembled in hers.
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9 The bearers being now ready to carry him away, and the surgeon being anxious for his removal, those who had torches or lanterns, prepared to go in front of the litter.
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10 Hubert shook his head as he received with reluctance the bounty of the stranger, and Locksley, anxious to escape further observation, mixed with the crowd, and was seen no more.
11 The victorious archer would not perhaps have escaped John's attention so easily, had not that Prince had other subjects of anxious and more important meditation pressing upon his mind at that instant.
12 So saying, he took an affectionate farewell of Ivanhoe, who expressed an anxious desire to attend upon his deliverer.
13 It was obvious in the anxious brightness of his eyes, how proud he was, after the great shock, of being alive.
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14 But still one little trio was pattering about on tiny feet, alert drab mites, under the straw shelter, refusing to be called in by the anxious mother.
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15 He looked at her, and met her heavy, anxious eyes.
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