1 But now all desire for change had vanished, and the sight of the little enclosure gave him a warm sense of continuance and stability.
2 She had gambled on the continuance of the Bullock regime and she had lost.
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3 The morrow, rising on an apparent continuance of the same conditions, revealed nothing of what had occurred between the confronted pair.
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4 Lily felt at once that any tendency to be "stuck-up," to mark a sense of differences and distinctions, would be fatal to her continuance in the Gormer set.
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5 He promised a continuance of his favors, and admonished them to be grateful.
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6 They do not give the slaves this time because they would not like to have their work during its continuance, but because they know it would be unsafe to deprive them of it.
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7 It's what endures through one's life that matters; my own life matters to me, in its long continuance and development.
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8 Her opinion was sought as to the probable continuance of the open weather, but her answers were as short and indifferent as civility allowed.
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9 Fires of the last-mentioned materials were rare, and though comparatively small in magnitude beside the transient blazes, now began to get the best of them by mere long continuance.
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10 Nothing can ensure the continuance of love.
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11 A continuance in a place where everything reminded her of former delight, was exactly what suited her mind.
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12 I should be undeserving of the confidence you have honoured me with, if I felt no desire for its continuance, or no farther curiosity on its subject.
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13 The continuance of their engagement, and the means that were able to be taken for promoting its end, was all her communication; and this produced from Mrs. Jennings the following natural remark.
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14 I saw nothing in this country that could invite me to a longer continuance, and began to think of returning home to England.
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15 Neither are any wars so furious and bloody, or of so long a continuance, as those occasioned by difference in opinion, especially if it be in things indifferent.
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