1 She married Frank Kennedy two weeks later after a whirlwind courtship which she blushingly told him left her too breathless to oppose his ardor any longer.
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2 We must get together and oppose any move on the part of the Minneapolis clubs to elect another State Federation president from the Twin Cities.
3 And oh, by the way, we must oppose this movement of Mrs. Potbury's to have the state clubs come out definitely in favor of woman suffrage.
4 Against this assault, the besieged could only oppose the imperfect and hasty preparations of a fortress in the wilderness.
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5 Instead of continuing to oppose the scheme of Duncan, his humor suddenly altered, and he lent himself to its execution.
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6 Against such a decree there was no Delaware sufficiently hardy to murmur, much less oppose himself.
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7 I oppose no objection to that; but I reserve Monsieur Naigeon for myself.
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8 sign to Madam Magloire that she is not to oppose him.
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9 I am sorry to oppose Monsieur le Maire; it is for the first time in my life, but he will permit me to remark that I am within the bounds of my authority.
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10 So long as you are in this state I shall oppose your having your child.
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11 The queen herself does not dare to oppose the terrible minister.
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12 He is very decided, but never will be obstinate, if you reason kindly, not oppose impatiently.
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13 But as it is, either our union must be consecrated and sealed by marriage, or it cannot exist: practical obstacles oppose themselves to any other plan.
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14 Elizabeth could not oppose such a wish; and from this time Mr. Bingley's name was scarcely ever mentioned between them.
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15 If his servants oppose me, I shall threaten them off with these pistols.
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