1 His visit afforded her but a very partial satisfaction, while his own enjoyment in it appeared so imperfect.
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2 And she an't over partial to having scholars on the premises," Joe continued, "and in partickler would not be over partial to my being a scholar, for fear as I might rise.
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3 You see,' said Mr. Peggotty, 'knowing as you was partial to a little relish with your wittles when you was along with us, we took the liberty.
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4 Mr. Dick was very partial to gingerbread.
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5 But Em'ly had took notice of her, and had gone and spoke to her; and as the young woman was partial to the children herself, they had soon made friends.
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6 I know mothers are partial, but.
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7 Often, looking at them, she would make every possible effort to persuade herself that she was mistaken, that she as a mother was partial to her children.
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8 Letters may, of course, be a partial confirmation; but detection in the fact there must be of the most direct kind, that is, by eyewitnesses.
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9 To Caroline's assertion of her brother's being partial to Miss Darcy she paid no credit.
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10 My father, however, is partial to Mr. Wickham.
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11 Of neither Darcy nor Wickham could she think without feeling she had been blind, partial, prejudiced, absurd.
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12 The difference between him and the others forced me to be less partial.
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13 My friend Reldresal, principal secretary for private affairs, is, in my opinion, if I am not partial, the second after the treasurer; the rest of the great officers are much upon a par.
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14 As a sister, so partial and so angry, and so little scrupulous of what she said, and in another light so triumphant and secure, she was in every way an object of painful alarm.
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15 'It was the partial disclosure of your secrets,' replied Mr. Brownlow.
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