young woman


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General sensation against the young woman. Brewer shakes his head.
He can't say what he thinks, without asking: Had the young woman any money?
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.
Anderssen knew what the outcome must be, but he had not the heart to tell Jane Clayton the truth, for he had seen that the young woman had come to love the child almost as passionately as though it had been her own flesh and blood.
It was Passepartout himself, who had slipped upon the pyre in the midst of the smoke and, profiting by the still overhanging darkness, had delivered the young woman from death!
"Are you aware, sir, that this young woman whom my Lady--my Lady-- has placed near her person was brought up at the village school outside the gates?"
"But, Monseigneur, this young woman may have stolen the bulb, as she did the tulip," Boxtel said, with a faltering voice, and evidently alarmed at the attention with which the Prince examined the bulb; and even more at the movements of Rosa, who was reading some lines written on the paper which remained in her hands.
Jerry rung the great bell and helped the young woman out.
With the young woman playing the clinging ivy to his oak Soapy walked past the policeman overcome with gloom.
A cleanly dressed young woman, with clogs on her bare feet, was scrubbing the floor in the new outer room.
The only reply to this, was a great number of loud lamentations from the young woman who had embraced him; and who had a little basket and a street-door key in her hand.
For an apprentice Musketeer the young woman was almost an ideal of love.
You are an affectionate, earnest, good young woman - and - and we must make that do.'
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