1 "You'd better see what you have got before you think of having company," said Meg, when informed of the hospitable but rash act.
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2 Be patient, Jo, don't get despondent or do rash things, write to me often, and be my brave girl, ready to help and cheer all.
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3 Take it like a man, and don't do anything rash, for God's sake.
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4 Demi paused to consider the new relationship before he compromised himself by the rash acceptance of a bribe, which took the tempting form of a family of wooden bears from Berne.
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5 It was one of those rash friendships that so often prove an incubus in afterlife.
6 Before two years passed, the rash pair were both dead, and laid quietly side by side under one slab.
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7 Marianne began now to perceive that the desperation which had seized her at sixteen and a half, of ever seeing a man who could satisfy her ideas of perfection, had been rash and unjustifiable.
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8 In short, I was always full of fears for the rash man who was in hiding.
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9 Being so near here, Mr. Micawber was of opinion that it would be rash not to come on, and see the Cathedral.
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10 A rash word or a hasty act was followed by annihilation, and yet none knew what the nature might be of this terrible power which was suspended over them.
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11 But Squealer counselled them to avoid rash actions and trust in Comrade Napoleon's strategy.
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12 Gurth," said the Jester, "I know thou thinkest me a fool, or thou wouldst not be so rash in putting thy head into my mouth.
13 If one puts forward an idea to a true Englishman--always a rash thing to do--he never dreams of considering whether the idea is right or wrong.
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14 She had better luck than so rash an enterprise deserved.
15 Yet he did not repress all boyish playfulness, since he declared it to be as necessary as a rash to a doctor, inasmuch as it enabled him to diagnose what lay hidden within.
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