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The lock of hair, (repeating it from the letter,) which you so obligingly bestowed on me'--That is unpardonable.
I offer obligingly to bring one of them to her, and now she looks at me suspiciously.
Marilla sniffed obligingly, but she was more interested in Anne than in drinking violets.
But with this difference," Ernest laughed; "the railroad would have had to assume all the risk which you so obligingly assumed for it.
Gilbert obligingly rowed to the landing and Anne, disdaining assistance, sprang nimbly on shore.
That would be too bad, especially when the late apple tree had most obligingly kept its store of blossom until after all the other trees had faded and then burst lavishly into bloom for Aunt Olivia's wedding.
Mr Folair having obligingly confided these particulars to Nicholas, left him to mingle with his fellows; the work of personal introduction was completed by Mr Vincent Crummles, who publicly heralded the new actor as a prodigy of genius and learning.
The tide bore them on in the gayest and most sparkling manner, until they stopped to dine in some ever- lastingly-green garden, needing no matter-of-fact identification here; and then the tide obligingly turned--being devoted to that party alone for that day; and as they floated idly among some osier-beds, Rosa tried what she could do in the rowing way, and came off splendidly, being much assisted; and Mr.
Meanwhile, here I am, established at Blackwater Park, "the ancient and interesting seat" (as the county history obligingly informs me) "of Sir Percival Glyde, Bart.
I make that remark, because it is not to be doubted that my son, being by birth and by--ha--by education a--hum--a gentleman, would have readily adapted himself to any obligingly expressed wish on the subject of the fire being equally accessible to the whole of the present circle.
Will you obligingly shove that box--which you mentioned on a former occasion as containing miscellanies--towards me in the midst of the shop here?
When the woman had patted her on the back, and said "Good-by," the donkey, at a strong hint from the man's stick, set off at a rapid walk along the lane toward the point Maggie had come from an hour ago, while the tall girl and the rough urchin, also furnished with sticks, obligingly escorted them for the first hundred yards, with much screaming and thwacking.
The landlord now busied himself in laying the cloth, in which process Mr Codlin obligingly assisted by setting forth his own knife and fork in the most convenient place and establishing himself behind them.
Vry obligingly adds kids' projects, several of which involve easy ways of creating trompe Voeil.
Had he only let me know how he felt, I'd have been glad to make an appointment with him on one of my visits to HRI, so he could lie down in front of my rusting 18-year-old adapted van whilst I obligingly ran over him.