1 She felt as if she had solid ground under her feet again, and when Mr. Bhaer paused, outtalked but not one whit convinced, Jo wanted to clap her hands and thank him.
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2 Clara was honest and quiet; but heavy, mindless, and unimpressible: not one whit to my taste.
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3 No wife has ever changed a husband one whit, and don't you be forgetting that.
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4 While she did not regret her decision one whit, the matter in its true light discomfited her.
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5 For he thought that in saving the Capitol, he had himself done as much as Camillus to preserve Rome, and that in respect of his other warlike achievements he was no whit behind him.
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6 For careful reflection will show that had Rome been deprived of her freedom as Athens was, she would not have been a whit more tender to her citizens.
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7 They were her countrywomen: and the beef and ale of their native land, with a moral diet not a whit more refined, entered largely into their composition.
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8 He had not forgotten a whit of their cowardice and cruelty but the memory of it called forth no anger from him.
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9 She said that in her youth the Bernardine monks were every whit as good as the mousquetaires.
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