1 He and some one hundred and forty other schoolmasters, had been lately turned at the same time, in the same factory, on the same principles, like so many pianoforte legs.
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2 The objects he had lately pursued, turned worthless beside her; such success as was almost in his grasp, he flung away from him like the dirt it was, compared with her.
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3 It is well you should speedily know that your handmaiden is a poor Jewess, the daughter of that Isaac of York, to whom you were so lately a good and kind lord.
4 She had not realized till lately how ill to loose they were, these bonds of love.
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5 So altogether I'm very well off here, especially lately.
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6 I shall not ride to-morrow, certainly," said Fanny; "I have been out very often lately, and would rather stay at home.
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7 You forget, Fanny, how lately all this has been built, and for how confined a purpose, compared with the old chapels of castles and monasteries.
8 He, indeed, I have lately thought, has seen the woman he could love, which, I am convinced, my eldest son has not.
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9 Elizabeth had been lately forming an intimacy, which she wished to see interrupted.
10 She had lately lost sight even of her father and sister and Bath.
11 His spirits had been greatly recovering lately as might be expected.
12 He has seen her lately, and has asked me for permission to pay his addresses to her.
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13 But I have only lately found this out.
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14 I felt myself in that whimsical state of uneasiness lately; but I shall be spared it now.
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15 You see, I had some of my own," said Thomasin evasively, "and I have not wanted any of his until lately.
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