1 The next day, came the news that the murder had been overlooked, that the guilt of Hyde was patent to the world, and that the victim was a man high in public estimation.
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2 He really liked Sissy too well to have a contempt for her; otherwise he held her calculating powers in such very slight estimation that he must have fallen upon that conclusion.
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3 It does him the highest honour; it shews his proper estimation of the blessing of domestic happiness and pure attachment.
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4 Fanny would certainly believe him so at least, and must find that her estimation of him was higher than ever when he appeared as the attendant, supporter, cheerer of a suffering brother.
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5 Wildeve had been brooding ever since they started on the mean estimation in which he was held by his wife's friends; and it cut his heart severely.
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6 The high estimation then placed upon the military character might be seen in the lofty port of each individual member of the company.
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7 Elinor would not oppose his opinion, because, whatever might be her general estimation of the advantage of a public school, she could not think of Edward's abode in Mr. Pratt's family, with any satisfaction.
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8 Uriah, with his long hands slowly twining over one another, made a ghastly writhe from the waist upwards, to express his concurrence in this estimation of me.
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9 But THAT was certainly very coolly done by him, and every one knows that in most people's estimation, to do anything coolly is to do it genteelly.
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10 Had Hawkeye been aware of the low estimation in which the skillful Uncas held his representations, he would probably have prolonged the entertainment a little in pique.
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11 Notwithstanding this man was held in very unequal estimation among the Hurons, some believing implicitly in his power, and others deeming him an impostor, he was now listened to by all with the deepest attention.
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12 Amy rose daily in the estimation of her friend, but he sank in hers, and each felt the truth before a word was spoken.
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13 But I am very far from agreeing with you in your estimation of ladies in general.
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14 What his dazzled state neglected in this, his first far too synthetic estimation, we do not think it necessary to point out here.
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15 de Treville, the third personage in the kingdom, in the paternal estimation.
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