1 Clearly they reflected the thoughts which possessed him, but whether the music aided those thoughts, or whether the playing was simply the result of a whim or fancy was more than I could determine.
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2 Promises were still more liberally distributed than money by this active agent; and, in fine, nothing was left undone that could determine the wavering, or animate the disheartened.
3 At last it was agreed that they should endeavour to determine the dimensions of the wood by walking a little more about it.
4 Their spirits were in general exhausted; and to determine whether the day had afforded most pleasure or pain, might occupy the meditations of almost all.
5 Happily, however, she was not left to weigh and decide between opposite inclinations and doubtful notions of right; there was no occasion to determine whether she ought to keep Edmund and Mary asunder or not.
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6 The violent agitation of the girl, and the apprehension of some discovery which would subject her to ill-usage and violence, seemed to determine the gentleman to leave her, as she requested.
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7 She could determine nothing at present.
8 That, however, I shall determine by a very simple test if we have an answer to our advertisement.
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9 There is one point which I should wish to determine.
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10 The wound upon the dead man was, as I was able to determine with absolute confidence, fired from a revolver at the distance of something over four yards.
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11 Well, we can soon determine that.
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12 It was evidently the derelict remains of some vast structure, to what end built I could not determine.
13 "I leave it to yourself to determine," said Mr. Bennet.
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14 The party then gathered round the fire to hear Lady Catherine determine what weather they were to have on the morrow.
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15 She wished, she feared that the master of the house might be amongst them; and whether she wished or feared it most, she could scarcely determine.
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