1 I guessed that what puzzled the New Yorkers would puzzle the Londoners, so I dipped my finger in my own blood and printed it on a convenient place on the wall.
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2 There was no need to puzzle out the plot.
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3 And inside, it fitted together like a puzzle.
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4 I only puzzle them, and oblige them to make civil speeches.
5 She stopt, felt herself getting into a puzzle, and could not be prevailed on to add another word, not by dint of several minutes of supplication and waiting.
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6 I tried to puzzle it out, but gave it up in despair and set the matter aside until night should bring an explanation.
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7 He might slip away from us in the crowd of Regent Street, but it would puzzle him to do so upon the lonely moor.
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8 But these glasses do puzzle me, I confess.
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9 To sit among all those unknown things before a puzzle like that is hopeless.
10 Come, Peggy, said Jo, unfolding herself like an animated puzzle.
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11 Now you look puzzled; and I will puzzle you further.
12 Really, Mr. Collins," cried Elizabeth with some warmth, "you puzzle me exceedingly.
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13 So Ashley was mixed up in this frightening puzzle.
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14 Soon she forgot it and did not puzzle her head about it any more, or about anything concerning Rhett.
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15 Nay, to this very hour, I often puzzle myself with it.
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