1 Resolved to pursue no inglorious career, he turned his eyes toward the East, as affording scope for his spirit of enterprise.
2 When alone, Safie resolved in her own mind the plan of conduct that it would become her to pursue in this emergency.
3 Here I paused, not exactly knowing what path to pursue, when I heard the sound of voices, that induced me to conceal myself under the shade of a cypress.
4 I burned with rage to pursue the murderer of my peace and precipitate him into the ocean.
5 You travelled to seek happiness, but a fatality seems to pursue you.
6 I was unable to pursue the train of thought; a thousand feelings pressed upon me, and I wept bitterly.
7 Such would be my liberty except that in my Elizabeth I possessed a treasure, alas, balanced by those horrors of remorse and guilt which would pursue me until death.
8 But my plan was unsettled, and I wandered many hours round the confines of the town, uncertain what path I should pursue.
9 I hoped to induce you to grant me a boat with which I could pursue my enemy.
10 Herbert, who had been looking at the fire and pondering, here said that something had come into his thoughts arising out of Wemmick's suggestion, which it might be worth while to pursue.
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11 I want," she said, "to pursue that subject you mentioned to me when you were last here, and to show you that I am not all stone.
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12 Herbert assented to all this, and we went out immediately after breakfast to pursue our investigations.
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13 Saying which he went out in disdain; and the landlord, having no one to reply upon, found it impracticable to pursue the subject.
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14 He seemed to pursue her figure through the narrative, and to let every other shape go by him, as if it were nothing.
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15 It is not my purpose, in this record, though in all other essentials it is my written memory, to pursue the history of my own fictions.
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