1 I was certainly feeling very weary, so I obeyed his injunction.
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2 My injunction is, Keep it quiet, and let it seem to blow over.
3 An injunction has been taken out against the woman.
4 These words, in plain English, conveyed an injunction to ring the bell.
5 However, I threw all fears to the winds, ate a hearty supper, drove to Paddington, and started off, having obeyed to the letter the injunction as to holding my tongue.
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6 At our own risk and peril, let us violate this injunction.
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7 He seated Cosette with her back against a stone post, with an injunction to be silent, and ran to the spot where the conduit touched the pavement.
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8 Jean Valjean's injunction, and the name of Madame Thenardier, had chilled her blood.
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9 At this injunction from his superior, Felton obeyed; but in going out, he put the knife into his bosom.
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10 I obey the first clause of the injunction by trying once more, but am not so successful with the second, for I am very stupid.
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11 I tried, on her injunction, to fix it, and to hear something of what was going on there, but quite in vain.
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12 It was addressed to myself; and laid an injunction on me, in a few affectionate words, never to refer to the subject of that evening.
13 With this injunction he left her and went out to the cow-barn.
14 Lily smiled faintly at the injunction to take her tea strong.
15 And with this fearful injunction the count disappeared through the door, which noiselessly closed after him.
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