1 On the morrow, when Isaac proposed to arise and pursue his journey, Nathan remonstrated against his purpose, both as his host and as his physician.
2 Damsel," he said, "if the pity I feel for thee arise from any practice thine evil arts have made on me, great is thy guilt.
3 There would not be time, and other difficulties would arise.
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4 Yet some happiness must and would arise from the very conviction that he did suffer.
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5 Some resentment did arise at a perseverance so selfish and ungenerous.
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6 You have my thoughts exactly as they arise, my dear Fanny; perhaps they are sometimes contradictory, but it will not be a less faithful picture of my mind.
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7 The question does not arise, and never will.
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8 Red suns and tufts of fire one by one began to arise, flecking the whole country round.
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9 Something being expected of him, he had not been at home many days before a great curiosity as to why he stayed on so long began to arise in the heath.
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10 It incidentally showed that her apparent languor did not arise from lack of force.
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11 I need not point out to you that your refusal to answer will prejudice your case considerably in any future proceedings which may arise.
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12 And the institution of the family, and the emotions that arise therein, the fierce jealousy, the tenderness for offspring, parental self-devotion, all found their justification and support in the imminent dangers of the young.
13 Other fatalities were destined to arise.
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14 In that house more than anywhere else, perhaps, arise those children's sayings which are so graceful and which evoke a smile that is full of thoughtfulness.
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15 It is from this aptitude, perfected by a military education, which certain special branches of the service arise, the dragoons, for example, who are both cavalry-men and infantry at one and the same time.
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