1 I resolved in my future conduct to redeem the past; and I can say with honesty that my resolve was fruitful of some good.
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2 While Rebecca spoke thus, her high and firm resolve, which corresponded so well with the expressive beauty of her countenance, gave to her looks, air, and manner, a dignity that seemed more than mortal.
3 "Those who see quickly, will resolve quickly, and act quickly," said Julia.
4 To do him justice, however, he did not resolve to appropriate it; for remembering that there was some very good ranting-ground in Frederick, he professed an equal willingness for that.
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5 She could only resolve to avoid such self-delusion in future, and think with heightened gratitude of the extraordinary blessing of having one such truly sympathising friend as Lady Russell.
6 Some one must resolve on being off for Uppercross instantly.
7 But Providence is nothing if not coquettish; and no sooner had Eustacia formed this resolve than the opportunity came which, while sought, had been entirely withholden.
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8 Full of this resolve to marry in haste, and wring the heart of the proud girl, Wildeve went his way.
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9 With the same resolve to keep up a show of conversation he said, about seven o'clock in the evening, "There's an eclipse of the moon tonight."
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10 Up to this hour he had persevered in his resolve not to invite her back.
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11 But when, in pursuance of this resolve, Thomasin reached the van and looked in she found it to be untenanted; though there was no doubt that it was the reddleman's.
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12 And here he comes, if I am not mistaken, to resolve all our doubts.
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13 But here she comes in person to resolve our doubts.
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14 If this matter is not to become public, we must give ourselves certain powers and resolve ourselves into a small private court-martial.
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15 Both bowed to the inexorable truth: they knew that Zeena never changed her mind, and that in her case a resolve once taken was equivalent to an act performed.