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That he had been totally indifferent to her before argued nothing.

The bet was a matter, at present, totally beneath his consideration.

You must manage to have this despatch taken from you totally against your will!

That you are determined to have it in your power to favour or reject me totally, as you please?'

A prejudice in favour is as hard to be totally overcome as a prejudice in disfavour.

Both men had been totally unprepared for the girl's timid avowal.

And then, too, I was dismayed to find how totally I had mistaken the position of the musician.

On his outward history, on his business and his fortunes with it, he is totally silent.

Turner starts from the beginning with a totally different principle.

We find, then, that the imagination has three totally distinct functions.

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