1 So sinister was the impression which that face had produced upon me that I found it difficult to feel anything but gratitude for him who had removed its owner from the world.
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2 I was to bring a certain sum a week to the owner, and whatever was over that I might keep for myself.
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3 Its owner, Mr. Pilkington, was an easy-going gentleman farmer who spent most of his time in fishing or hunting according to the season.
4 Its owner was a Mr. Frederick, a tough, shrewd man, perpetually involved in lawsuits and with a name for driving hard bargains.
5 A huge black banner, which floated from the top of the tower, announced that the obsequies of the late owner were still in the act of being solemnized.
6 And the cocked hat and cane having been, by this time, adjusted to their owner's satisfaction, Mr. Bumble and Noah Claypole betook themselves with all speed to the undertaker's shop.
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7 I consider, sir, that you have obtained possession of that book, under very suspicious and disreputable circumstances; and you may think yourself very fortunate that the owner of the property declines to prosecute.
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8 They remanded him till to-day, for they thought they knew the owner.
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9 Aunt and niece then descended from the van, Mrs. Yeobright saying to its owner, "I quite recognize you now."
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10 All smiled upon Wildeve, and upon his tables and chairs likewise, from a general sense of friendliness towards the articles as well as towards their owner.
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11 And the discovery that she was the owner of a disposition so purely that of the dog in the manger had something in it which at first made her ashamed.
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12 The owner, who was leaning against the settle's outer end, was Clement Yeobright, or Clym, as he was called here; she knew it could be nobody else.
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13 He won steadily, till he was the owner of fourteen more of the gold pieces.
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14 For the very simple reason that I see the dog himself on our very door-step, and there is the ring of its owner.
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15 At others he will with his own hands tear down some other man's gate and declare that a path has existed there from time immemorial, defying the owner to prosecute him for trespass.
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