young woman


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He can't say what he thinks, without asking: Had the young woman any money?
Father Finogen wants some tar," said the young woman in the clogs, coming in.
Oh, no, no, never mind,' said the young woman, grasping Oliver's hand; 'I'm better now.
The young woman continued to advance; and in addition to the lightness of her step, which had betrayed her, she emitted a little cough which denoted a sweet voice.
With the young woman playing the clinging ivy to his oak Soapy walked past the policeman overcome with gloom.
James he set off one morning, from the neighbourhood of Naples, where we had a villa (the young woman being very partial to the sea), and, under pretence of coming back in a day or so, left it in charge with me to break it out, that, for the general happiness of all concerned, he was' - here an interruption of the short cough - 'gone.
This the young woman did afterwards effectually, so that there was no priestcraft used here; and I should have thought it one of the most unjustifiable frauds in the world to have had it so.
Although disheveled and very pale, Tarzan recognized her as the young woman whom he had caught staring at him on deck earlier in the day.
The days and nights of torture that the young woman suffered were so merged into one long, unbroken nightmare of hideousness that she soon lost all track of time.
Was he planning to make a rush for the young woman at the very moment of the sacrifice, and boldly snatch her from her executioners?
Jack Dollop, a 'hore's-bird of a fellow we had here as milker at one time, sir, courted a young woman over at Mellstock, and deceived her as he had deceived many afore.
Now, my son is a very young man, and Rosa is a very young woman.
On the eve of the day when the flower was expected to open, the tulip was taken away by this young woman.
Jerry and I had not eaten many mouthfuls before a poor young woman, carrying a heavy child, came along the street.
but it will be comfortable presently - it seems that the woman was a young woman, and a jealous woman, and a revengeful woman; revengeful, Handel, to the last degree.
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