1 But at this point one or two belated passengers from the last station forced their way into the carriage, and Lily had to retreat to her seat.
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2 When at length, one afternoon, she put into execution the belated resolve to visit her friend, this sense of shrunken opportunities possessed her with unusual intensity.
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3 She had just closed her trunk on the white folds of the Reynolds dress when she heard a tap at her door, and the red fist of the Irish maid-servant thrust in a belated letter.
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4 She had insisted that in the belated quest of these work-stained women was an aspiration which ought to stir her tears.
5 Beyond lay another dull wilderness of bricks and mortar, its silence broken only by the heavy, regular footfall of the policeman, or the songs and shouts of some belated party of revellers.
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6 Between us we soon supplied his wants, and then over a belated supper we explained to the baronet as much of our experience as it seemed desirable that he should know.
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7 Holmes made no further allusion to the matter that day, though he sat lost in thought for a long time after our belated dinner.
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8 We had brought his belated correspondence, and a lot of torn envelopes and open letters littered his bed.
9 At length he met a belated passenger, went up to him, and spoke a few words to him.
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