1 On Edward's side, more particularly, there was a deficiency of all that a lover ought to look and say on such an occasion.
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2 "Yes, Joseph, says you," here Pumblechook shook his head and hand at me, "'he knows my total deficiency of common human gratitoode."
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3 He would only show the deficiency of the others.
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4 This deficiency was likely to prove perilous in an emergency so critical.
5 There is a vast deal of difference in memories, as well as in everything else, and therefore you must make allowance for your cousin, and pity her deficiency.
6 Bitterly did he deplore a deficiency which now he could scarcely comprehend to have been possible.
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7 From this deficiency of nourishment resulted an abuse, which pressed hardly on the younger pupils: whenever the famished great girls had an opportunity, they would coax or menace the little ones out of their portion.
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8 Cathy begged that he might be liberated then, as Isabella Linton had no partner: her entreaties were vain, and I was appointed to supply the deficiency.
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9 Lily could not recall the time when there had been money enough, and in some vague way her father seemed always to blame for the deficiency.
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10 Colonel Lloyd's slaves were in the habit of spending a part of their nights and Sundays in fishing for oysters, and in this way made up the deficiency of their scanty allowance.
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11 Whether he knew of this deficiency himself I can't say.
12 , indicating the man's deficiency of dress with a gesture of his hand.
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13 His skin was so unwholesomely deficient in the natural tinge, that he looked as though, if he were cut, he would bleed white.
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14 You are extremely deficient in your facts.
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15 I regard Louisa Musgrove as a very amiable, sweet-tempered girl, and not deficient in understanding, but Benwick is something more.