1 thrilled to what bit of marrow she had left.
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2 In truth, the very fact that there could be no love affair left her free to thrill to her very marrow with this other passion, the peculiar passion of knowing, knowing as he knew.
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3 He was a sportsman, was Godfrey, down to his marrow, and he wouldn't have stopped his training and let in his skipper if it were not for some cause that was too strong for him.
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4 The cold, that smote to my marrow, and the pain I felt in breathing, overcame me.
5 It was this glance which Fantine had felt penetrating to the very marrow of her bones two months previously.
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6 We feel it burning even to the very marrow of our bones, and we see it beaming in the very depths of heaven.
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7 At his announcement d'Artagnan felt himself tremble to the very marrow of his bones.
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8 Felton felt a shudder run to the marrow of his bones; probably Lord de Winter perceived this emotion.
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9 He gobbled them up like a lion in the wilderness, flesh, bones, marrow, and entrails, without leaving anything uneaten.
10 The sensation was like being touched in the marrow with some pungent and searching acid, it set my very teeth on edge.
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11 By nature grave and inarticulate, he admired recklessness and gaiety in others and was warmed to the marrow by friendly human intercourse.