1 "I have no objection," Lestrade answered, seating himself.
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2 Matrimony was her object, provided she could marry well: and having seen Mr. Bertram in town, she knew that objection could no more be made to his person than to his situation in life.
3 Lady Bertram made no objection; and every one concerned in the going was forward in expressing their ready concurrence, excepting Edmund, who heard it all and said nothing.
4 No objection was made, but for some time there seemed no inclination to move in any plan, or to any distance.
5 Their mother had no objection to the plan, and they were not in the least afraid of their father's disapprobation.
6 After a moment's thought, Miss Crawford calmly replied, "As far as I am concerned, I can have no objection to anything that you all think eligible."
7 Always some little objection, some little doubt, some little anxiety to be got over.
8 The prudence of this line of action, indeed, was obvious; but, unfortunately, there was one very strong objection to its being adopted.
9 'I have no objection to your calling in your friend if I may call in mine,' said the doctor.
10 'Then I do,' said Sikes, more in the spirit of obstinacy than because he had any real objection to the girl going where she listed.
11 Yes; it is in two points offensive to me; I have two strong grounds of objection to it.
12 "I have not the smallest objection on that account," replied Anne.
13 There could not be an objection.
14 Sir Walter made no objection, and Elizabeth did nothing worse than look cold and unconcerned.
15 She wondered at the lateness of his call, but had no objection to see him.
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