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She left me more composed and happy than I have been for many days.

For his sake, I am glad once more to be in my own happy home.

But Avice is—er—my dear, she is like her mother in more ways than one.

Dad and the mater both say the same now—they're more severe than I was.

"So much the more need that we enshrine her image in our own hearts," rejoined Plato.

More than one of these precious volumes were transcribed entirely by her own hand.

"It has but given them more unbridled license,'" rejoined Plato.

I have more than once tried to deceive you, but you will feel that I am not now speaking falsely.

"Alcibiades had a more eager curiosity than yourself," replied Eudora.

For more than an hour, there was perfect stillness, as the shades of evening deepened.

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