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Pambo laid his hand again tenderly on the weeper's shoulder.

It was hysterical, and had burst from the restraint of the weeper.

In a moment a Goth had led up the weeper, who came without demur to the side of Pelagia's mule.

A little dwarf, called the “Caointeach,” or weeper, is said to weep before the death of some persons.

"Do not despair of seeing him such one day," her mother returned, laying a gentle, quieting hand on that of the weeper.

Then with a view to cheering the weeper, she added: You sang your part beautifully both nights, Mignon.

The name signifies "The Weeper," in reference to the streams that run down from it continually like tears.

She purposely made her voice coldly unsympathetic with a view toward summoning the weeper's pride to her aid.

The husband of the "married woman" also came, and relieved the other gentlemen from the charge of the "weeper."

He peered with keen eyes through the darkness and moved noiselessly forward, in order not to frighten the weeper.

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