This morning

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This morning   
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I'm pretty hungry this morning," she announced as she slipped into the chair Marilla placed for her.
Marilla felt that he wanted it just as much this morning as he had the night before, and that he would go on wanting it.
Dunster was quite conscious and able to sit up early this morning.
I landed at Sheringham this morning, hired a car and made the best of my way here.
As I lay in bed this morning between sleeping and waking, an idea came riding on a sunbeam into my room,--a mad, whimsical idea, but one that suits my mood; and put briefly, it is this: how is it that I, a not unpresentable young man, a man not without accomplishments or experience, should have gone all these years without finding that
I'd meant to lay up because of my arm, but it's better this morning.
So my daughter Middleton told me, for it seems Sir John met him somewhere in the street this morning.
Emily has received a very strange letter this morning, which puzzles her and alarms me.
But after feeling had welled up and poured itself out in this way, busy thought would come back with the greater vigour; and this morning it was intent on schemes by which the roads might be improved that were so imperfect all through the country, and on picturing all the benefits that might come from the exertions of a single country gentleman, if he would set himself to getting the roads made good in his own district.
He had felt ill on his journey home-- he told her when she came down--had stayed all night at Tredddleston for that reason; and a bad headache, that still hung about him this morning, accounted for his paleness and heavy eyes.
His wife sent a boy this morning to say his father was in a high fever and could not get out, so I'm here instead.
But I can take mine," said the farmer, "that if Squire Higginbotham was murdered night before last, I drank a glass of bitters with his ghost this morning.