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In a few days the Rover boys felt perfectly at home once more—indeed it was as if they had never been away, so Sam said.

Of course he not only lost it again, but much more—indeed his whole capital.

That was all he offered me and I did not care to ask for more—indeed, I was very well pleased.

Dorothy did everything for him: more indeed than I thought quite ladylike, but I suppose I begin to be old-fashioned.

I am still confined to my room, more indeed on account of the badness of the weather than any want of progress in my recovery.

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