1 Marius decided that the moment had now arrived when he must resume his post at his observatory.
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2 As she was about to resume her seat there, she observed on the spot which she had quitted, a tolerably large stone which had, evidently, not been there a moment before.
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3 The silence was now so profound in the quarter whence the attack must needs come, that Enjolras had each man resume his post of battle.
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4 "He only waits for one thing to determine him to resume his cassock, which hangs behind his uniform," said another Musketeer.
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5 Aramis had some slight inclination to resume the cassock.
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6 It took some time for d'Artagnan to resume this little dialogue; but then all the ideas of vengeance which he had brought with him had completely vanished.
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7 Reload the muskets, Grimaud," said Athos, "and we, gentlemen, will go on with our breakfast, and resume our conversation.
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8 When Mammy returned she would resume her lecture on Scarlett's breach of hospitality, and Scarlett felt that she could not endure prating about such a trivial matter when her heart was breaking.
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9 She picked up her quill to resume her writing but laid it down when she heard Will coming in at the back door.
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10 She had hoped that the war being over, life would gradually resume its old face.
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11 He did not resume his book immediately, but sat for a while meditatively looking out into the garden.
12 When assured that all was still, and unable to detect, even by the aid of his practiced senses, any sign of his approaching foes, he would deliberately resume his slow and guarded progress.
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13 It took moments for it to cast off its battleful ways and resume its accustomed course of thought.
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14 They were about to resume their journey when one of the youngest and keenest-eyed uttered an exclamation and pointed up at the rugged crag above them.
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15 They were compelled to make several long halts, and once or twice to return on their road to resume the direction which they wished to pursue.