1 These motives urged me to comply with his demand.
2 We may not part until you have promised to comply with my requisition.
3 After a long pause of reflection I concluded that the justice due both to him and my fellow creatures demanded of me that I should comply with his request.
4 I suppose there's nothing to be done," exclaimed Camilla, "but comply and depart.
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5 I hastened to comply with his friendly suggestion, and opening Peggotty's purse, turned it upside down into his hand.
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6 Heyward prepared to comply, though with strong disgust at the nature of the office he was compelled to execute.
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7 There was no longer any plausible pretext for delay; and Duncan was obliged, however reluctantly, to comply.
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8 Cora, already regretting her precipitation, was obliged to comply, for Magua instantly left the spot, and approached his gluttonous comrades.
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9 The scout seemed willing to comply; but, in the hurry of the moment, and in the change of position, he had lost the direction.
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10 I made no effort to comply, having now made up my mind to let him do his worst.
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11 Amy rose to comply with outward composure, but a secret fear oppressed her, for the limes weighed upon her conscience.
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12 You will hardly blame me for refusing to comply with this entreaty, or for resisting every repetition to it.
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13 However, he was at length persuaded to comply; but prevailed that the articles and conditions upon which I should be set free, and to which I must swear, should be drawn up by himself.
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14 I thought it best to comply with their proposal.
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15 Edmond made great exertions in order to comply; but at each effort he fell back, moaning and turning pale.
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