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the act of leaving

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I am not half so angry with the suitors, for if they choose to do violence in the naughtiness of their hearts, and wager their heads that Ulysses will not return, they can take the high hand and eat up his estate, but as for you others I am shocked at the way in which you all sit still without even trying to stop such scandalous goings on--which you could do if you chose, for you are many and they are few.
He determined to go to the village, in the first place, attend to his business for an hour, and give notice to Burge of his being obliged to go on a journey, which he must beg him not to mention to any one; for he wished to avoid going to the Hall Farm near breakfast-time, when the children and servants would be in the house-place, and there must be exclamations in their hearing about his having returned without Hetty.
Poyser, indignantly, "than going preaching among strange folks a-that'n.
I was going to rush by and get away, but a lot of dogs jumped out and went to howl- ing and barking at me, and I knowed better than to move another peg.
Well, Anne, I hear you've given up your notion of going to college.
But I'm going to study Latin and Greek just the same, Mrs.
I guess you're going to teach right here in Avonlea.
The hurry in such cases is immediately over, and the place clear as soon as the king is gone by; but as there is always a great running and clutter just as the king passes, so having dropped the two little ladies, and done my business with them without any miscarriage, I kept hurrying on among the crowd, as if I ran to see the king, and so I got before the crowd and kept so till I came to the end of the Mall, when the king going on towards the Horse Guards, I went forward to the passage, which went then through against the lower end of the Haymarket, and there I bestowed a coach upon myself, and made off, and I confess I have not yet been so good as my word, viz.
Just in that very moment I heard a man make a noise to some people to make haste, for the boat was going to put off, and the tide would be spent.
When I grow up I ain't going to bother going to church at all.
She kept looking back as if she were going to cry every minute, and that spoiled a fellow's fun.
Make yourself easy, there is no danger of that, for I heard Tilney hallooing to a man who was just passing by on horseback, that they were going as far as Wick Rocks.
I never mind going through anything, where a friend is concerned; that is my disposition, and John is just the same; he has amazing strong feelings.
And we chuckled to think how wet they were going to get, and came back and stirred the fire, and got our books, and arranged our specimens of seaweed and cockle shells.
At one o'clock, the landlady would come in to ask if we weren't going out, as it seemed such a lovely day.