1 "If you divide that into eight parts there will be half a crown for each of, you," he said.
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2 It would be some relief to unseal his tongue for a little while; to divide his burden of distress with another sufferer.
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3 So they ate and drank, and after that the little man said: 'Since you have a good heart, and are willing to divide what you have, I will give you good luck.'
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4 Doubtless; but there is no occasion to divide the honors of my discovery with him.
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5 He opened the window; a bright yellow streak crossed the sky, and seemed to divide in half the poplars, which stood out in black relief on the horizon.
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6 Then we can divide up his property amongst us, and let his mother and the man who marries her have the house.
7 If the suitors kill me in my own house and divide my property among them, I would rather you had the presents than that any of those people should get hold of them.
8 No," said Colonel Fitzwilliam, "that is an advantage which he must divide with me.
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9 Mr. Darcy was almost as far from her as the table could divide them.
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10 The two great streets, which run across and divide it into four quarters, are five feet wide.
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11 He had been one of the winners in the land lottery conducted by the State to divide up the vast area in middle Georgia, ceded by the Indians the year before Gerald came to America.
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12 Take it out to those men and divide it up.
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13 He protested that it was too much, but the other had agreed to divide even.
14 He would not allow the older boys to impose upon me, and would divide his cakes with me.
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15 As Tom had informed them that their party would be looked for in Sandusky, it was thought prudent to divide them.
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