1 I must conclude, for I cannot be long from my poor mother.
Pride and Prejudice By Jane AustenGet Context In Chapter 46
2 They were forced to conclude that he had no pleasing intelligence to send; but even of that they would have been glad to be certain.
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3 What became of my companions in the boat, as well as of those who escaped on the rock, or were left in the vessel, I cannot tell; but conclude they were all lost.
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4 In the mean time, I here conclude the second part of my unfortunate voyages.
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5 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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6 For all these reasons, then, any way you may look at it, you must needs conclude that the great Leviathan is that one creature in the world which must remain unpainted to the last.
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7 Assuredly, we must conclude so, if we are to credit the accounts of such gentlemen as Pliny, and the ancient naturalists generally.
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8 It is fair to conclude that, if this war does not soon end, many more of your warriors will meet me in the woods.
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9 All which circumstances considered, I conclude that he who gives new institutions to a State must stand alone; and that for the deaths of Remus and Tatius, Romulus is to be excused rather than blamed.
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10 And from this I conclude that foot-soldiers, if rightly handled, can hardly be beaten except by other soldiers fighting on foot.
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11 I conclude, therefore, that no principality is secure without having its own forces; on the contrary, it is entirely dependent on good fortune, not having the valour which in adversity would defend it.
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12 I conclude, therefore that, fortune being changeful and mankind steadfast in their ways, so long as the two are in agreement men are successful, but unsuccessful when they fall out.
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13 I have written myself into better spirits, dear cousin; but my anxiety returns upon me as I conclude.
14 Pray, my dear, allow me to conclude.
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15 And, to conclude the whole, an arrow, neatly enough drawn, was described as the mark of the yeoman Locksley.