1 He rose and stretched his legs, as though to assure himself that they were free once more.
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2 A hard bed the pavement of its Arcade used to make, I assure you.
3 I assure you I attach not the least importance to any opinions.
4 We are the largest party in the state, I assure you, Mrs. Bounderby, if we all fell out of our adopted ranks and were reviewed together.
5 I assure you I have no desire to be controversial.
6 The power had been completely placed in the hands of the Norman nobility, by the event of the battle of Hastings, and it had been used, as our histories assure us, with no moderate hand.
7 Agitated by these thoughts, he could only bid the unfortunate Rowena be comforted, and assure her, that as yet she had no reason for the excess of despair to which she was now giving way.
8 He needed Connie to be there, to assure him he existed at all.
9 I assure you, you were very elegant altogether out there in the wood.
10 Still far from it, I assure you.
11 You may smile, but it is so, I assure you; and except that it is sometimes carried a little too far, it is all very proper.
12 But, in general, I can assure you that they are all passed over, and all very ill used.
13 No part of it fatigues me but getting off this horse, I assure you," said she, as she sprang down with his help; "I am very strong.
14 I sat three-quarters of an hour in the flower-garden, while Fanny cut the roses; and very pleasant it was, I assure you, but very hot.
15 The fatigue would be too much for my sister, a great deal too much, I assure you, my dear Mrs. Rushworth.