1 Madame de Villefort, unconscious of the passions that exhausted their fire over her head, at that moment held her son's ball, and was making signs to him to reclaim it with a kiss.
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2 Make up your mind to that, or I'll never go, she added resolutely, as he tried to reclaim his load.
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3 Abandoning everything to the greedy grasp of those around her, the mother darted, with distraction in her mien, to reclaim her child.
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4 I should not dream of doing so were it not absolutely certain that I should be able in four days to reclaim it.
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5 Indeed I am not sure that I would desire to reclaim him.
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6 The lawn, reclaimed from weeds, grew thick with clover and Bermuda grass, and Gerald saw to it that it was well kept.
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7 But what there was of it was good and the acres that were lying fallow could be reclaimed when times grew better, and they would be the more fertile for their rest.
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8 Meanwhile Ulysses and the others passed out of the town and soon reached the fair and well-tilled farm of Laertes, which he had reclaimed with infinite labour.
9 You will be reclaimed and formed.
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10 Behind this raw matter one of the reclaimed, the product of the new forces at work, strolled despondently, carrying a rifle by its middle.
11 In selecting another to perform the office of reclaiming his highly prized rifle, the scout had lost sight of none of his habitual caution.
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