1 Shortly remarking that their roads were different, he departed, without more ceremony than an emphatic repetition of the hour of appointment for the following night.
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2 Twilight combined with the scenery of Egdon Heath to evolve a thing majestic without severity, impressive without showiness, emphatic in its admonitions, grand in its simplicity.
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3 Diggory withdrew with an emphatic step, Wildeve's eye passing over his form in withering derision, as if he were no more than a heath-cropper.
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4 She had once been almost as emphatic in expressing herself upon the subject as the corner grocer.
5 The effect of such an harangue, delivered in the nervous language and with the emphatic manner of a Huron orator, could scarcely be mistaken.
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6 He said this, in his peculiar, subdued, yet emphatic voice; looking, when he had ceased speaking, not at me, but at the setting sun, at which I looked too.
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7 Thus calling him back as I went out of the door, I heard her say to Joe in a distinct emphatic voice, "The boy has been a good boy here, and that is his reward."
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8 Prince Bagration looked at Tushin, evidently reluctant to show distrust in Bolkonski's emphatic opinion yet not feeling able fully to credit it, bent his head, and told Tushin that he could go.
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9 The complaints that morning were especially emphatic and numerous, because the whole breakfast had been a failure.
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10 The mules could not be spared to go off to war, even if they had been acceptable for the Troop, which they emphatically were not.
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11 "I don't care what you say, Mr. O'Hara," Mrs. Tarleton was saying emphatically.
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12 A ring at the door-bell, sounding emphatically through the empty house, roused her suddenly to the extent of her boredom.
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13 It became, emphatically, the bloody arena, in which most of the battles for the mastery of the colonies were contested.
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14 "She is welcome," returned the chief of the latter nation, still more emphatically.
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15 Utterson ALONE and in case of his predecease to be destroyed unread, so it was emphatically superscribed; and the lawyer dreaded to behold the contents.
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