1 The applause was not studied and stiff, sympathetic and condoling; it was enthusiasm and admiration.
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2 In the seventh week, there came a telegram from Colonel Hampton himself, and then a letter, a kind, dignified letter of condolence.
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3 She had taken an important and melancholy pleasure in talking to the condolence callers.
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4 But Judy, though she must have been apprised of Miss Bart's return, had not even recognized it by the formal note of condolence which her friend's bereavement demanded.
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5 The child looked at her, with bold, dark eyes of scrutiny, sizing her up, and her condolence.
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6 With these expressions of condolence, the fat gentleman shook hands with both ladies, and drawing up a chair, inquired how they found themselves.
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7 No letter of condolence had been sent to Ireland.
8 She wished me to look after the house, to see callers, and answer notes of condolence.
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9 Assistance is impossible; condolence insufferable.
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10 Mr. Worthing, I offer you my sincere condolence.
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11 She told me we must part, and told me why; and we condoled with one another, in all sincerity.
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12 He cut the ladies and their well-meant condolences off shortly, rudely.
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