1 You implore now a moment of earthly life wherein to repent: In vain.
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2 Oh, Madam Mina, by that love, I implore you, help me.
3 I am content to implore in such a case, not on personal grounds, but for the sake of others.
4 Now, these parents groan, these old folks implore us, these good men and these good women call us prodigal sons; they desire our return, and offer to kill calves for us.
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5 His ears had perceived sounds without comprehending them; he might have been executed at that moment without his making a single gesture in his own defense or uttering a cry to implore mercy.
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6 D'Artagnan detained her by her night dress of fine India linen, to implore her pardon; but she, with a strong movement, tried to escape.
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7 Think, I implore you, before you answer.
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8 This morning he was removed to a cell, and I, after going through all the police formalities, have hurried round to you to implore you to use your skill in unravelling the matter.
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9 Yet if we are thus terror-stricken heart and soul, let us implore him in person, in person plead him of his grace to give way, to restore king and country their proper right.
10 The care thou hast for me, most gracious lord, for me lay down, I implore thee, and let me purchase honour with death.
11 Madame Danglars moved rapidly, as though she would spring from her chair, but Villefort stopped, and clasped his hands as if to implore her attention.
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12 And I implore you not to look at me during the ceremony.
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13 I am dying; I beg, I implore you to come.
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14 In vain the frightened Tamoszius would attempt to speak, to plead the limitations of the flesh; in vain would the puffing and breathless ponas Jokubas insist, in vain would Teta Elzbieta implore.
15 "For God's sake, I implore you, come at once if you do not wish to make me and the whole family wretched," wrote the countess.
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