1 Yes, you have been awfully kind about that; but you could just as well dismiss some other clerk instead of Krogstad.
2 It is already known at the Bank that I mean to dismiss Krogstad.
3 I have almost forgotten you since: other ideas have driven yours from my head; but to-night I am resolved to be at ease; to dismiss what importunes, and recall what pleases.
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4 From their tongues they did dismiss it; and Catherine, probably, from her thoughts.
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5 I wish you could dismiss that apathy out of that countenance, and look rather more anxious about me.
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6 Miss Havisham," I said, when her cry had died away, "you may dismiss me from your mind and conscience.
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7 I would entreat them not to dismiss your request, without a reference to Dora; and to discuss it with her when they should think the time suitable.
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8 It is a reflection I am unable to dismiss, and it sometimes makes me very uneasy.
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9 It was, to conceal what had occurred, from those who were going away; and to dismiss them on their voyage in happy ignorance.
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10 "I don't see any way of making him see it," Lily returned, with a laugh intended to dismiss the subject.
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11 She tried to free herself from the speculation and disillusionment which had been twitching at her; sought to dismiss all the opinionation of an insurgent era.
12 He often tried to dismiss the question, but his body persisted in rebellion and his senses nagged at him like pampered babies.
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13 Tell your tyrannical master, I do only beseech him to dismiss the Lady Rowena in honour and safety.
14 The slight, though of her own causing, and self-explanatory, she was unable to dismiss as unwittingly shown, so sensitive had the situation made her.
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15 The printer one could, of course, dismiss.
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