1 But she put down this memory and giggled self-consciously as if admitting the truth of his assertion.
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2 She rose after the service, carefully taking Kennicott's arm and smiling at him in a mute assertion that she was devoted to him no matter what happened.
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3 There are two insults which no human being will endure: the assertion that he hasn't a sense of humor, and the doubly impertinent assertion that he has never known trouble.
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4 Hence, I conclude, that in boasting himself to be high lifted above a whaleman, in that assertion the pirate has no solid basis to stand on.
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5 A few instances to substantiate the assertion that some white women love the company of the Afro-American will not be out of place.
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6 He hesitated a single instant, and bending a cautious glance toward his companion, he continued, in a manner that was divided between interrogation and assertion.
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7 A short and sullen pause succeeded this bold assertion.
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8 It were impossible to say what violent assertion the stubborn Hawkeye would have next made, in his headlong wish to vindicate his identity, had not the aged Delaware once more interposed.
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9 In answer to this assertion, I can say, I never loved any or confided in any people more than my fellow-slaves, and especially those with whom I lived at Mr. Freeland's.
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10 I shuddered to hear the infatuated assertion.
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11 You may well be surprised, Miss Bennet, at such an assertion, after seeing, as you probably might, the very cold manner of our meeting yesterday.
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12 To Caroline's assertion of her brother's being partial to Miss Darcy she paid no credit.
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13 On both sides it was only assertion.
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14 As he spoke he took the servant to the door, and then repeated his demand to know her reasons for such an assertion.
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15 But she had that queer sort of bossiness, endless assertion of her own will, which is one of the signs of insanity in modern woman.
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