1 The cause of death was a deep stab in the left side, which must have penetrated the heart.
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2 I guess she is now," the other cried, defiantly; "she's mine 'cause I saved her.'
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3 Men who die from heart disease, or any sudden natural cause, never by any chance exhibit agitation upon their features.
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4 Remove Man from the scene, and the root cause of hunger and overwork is abolished for ever.
5 Private feeling must yield to the common cause.
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6 The face touched hers, and she knew that there were tears upon it too, and she the cause of them.
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7 Add to all this, Cedric had fasted since noon, and his usual supper hour was long past, a cause of irritation common to country squires, both in ancient and modern times.
8 But my steward has expounded to you the cause of my seeming discourtesy.
9 Cedric saw the motion and its cause.
10 Under the various burdens imposed by this unhappy state of affairs, the people of England suffered deeply for the present, and had yet more dreadful cause to fear for the future.
11 An obstacle occurred to this his favourite project, in the mutual attachment of his ward and his son and hence the original cause of the banishment of Wilfred from the house of his father.
12 But Front-de-Boeuf was accustomed to see men of all ranks tremble in his presence, so that the timidity of the supposed father did not give him any cause of suspicion.
13 Look forth again, Rebecca," said Ivanhoe, mistaking the cause of her retiring; "the archery must in some degree have ceased, since they are now fighting hand to hand.
14 He then explained to Nathan the pressing cause of his journey.
15 You have no cause," answered Bois-Guilbert, gravely; "my former frantic attempts you have not now to dread.