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She felt a thrill of pleasure, and rebelliously allowed it to exist.

"Mr. Green knows all about me," said Mr. Widden, rebelliously.

"I don't like the idea of an untrained maid, at all," said Dolly rebelliously.

To some, to some brought up in different traditions, perhaps, I said rebelliously.

"I will try to obey, Father," the young man replied, rebelliously.

"I should like to know how you would have had Dan bear it," she said rebelliously.

Brangstar, as if warned of what was coming, rebelliously gave the signal.

Mowitza, rebelliously impatient, was led riderless by Kalitan.

"I have to say what I think sometimes," Pauline replied, rebelliously.

"Well, she needn't holler so if she does," cried Virginia, rebelliously.

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