1 I want to rehabilitate myself, Mrs Helmer; I want to get on; and in that your husband must help me.
2 You want me to go and see her, to ask her here, and to rehabilitate her in society; but do understand that I cannot do so.
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3 Dorset had apparently shown marked interest in the girl, and this interest might be used to cruel advantage in his wife's struggle for rehabilitation.
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4 To Northern capital and Afro-American labor the South owes its rehabilitation.
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5 Whereafter the said landowner probably proceeds to spend on his diversion the money which ought to have gone towards the rehabilitation of his affairs.
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6 From the rehabilitation of his father, he naturally passed to the rehabilitation of Napoleon.
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7 His hat, which had been rehabilitated by his wife, rested upon his knees.
8 Madeleine, had regained his status and rehabilitated himself.
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