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Bhaer paused, outtalked but not one whit convinced, Jo wanted to clap her hands and thank him.
And then again he was convinced that they contained the very essence of truth.
To that end we must keep the Indians digging, though I am convinced now that it is useless.
I was convinced that man's strongest antagonist is the cold.
If her talent had been ten-fold greater than it was, it would not have surprised him, convinced as he was that he had bequeathed to all of his daughters the germs of a masterful capability, which only depended upon their own efforts to be directed toward successful achievement.
He listened like one who was convinced, and resumed his narrative in his former solemn manner.
Not knowing in what way he had offended, but convinced that it was only by the grace of Andrews he had escaped a dungeon, Mr.
We agreed to this also, but were soon convinced their policy was to take us prisoners.
It is a very bad habit I am convinced, for you see I don't sleep.
Carr, fully convinced of his utter failure, but, like most weak creatures, consoling himself with the reflection that he had not shown his hand or committed himself.
At one of these moments of less torpid, yet still imperfect animation, Phoebe became convinced of what she had at first rejected as too extravagant and startling an idea.
Dimmesdale noted all these minute particulars, even while firmly convinced that the doom of his existence was stealing onward, in the footsteps which he now heard; and that the gleam of the lantern would fall upon him in a few moments more, and reveal his long-hidden secret.