Next week

Next week   
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"About our little party down in Hampshire next week," he began.
The Veneerings have been, as usual, indefatigably dealing dinner cards to Society, and whoever desires to take a hand had best be quick about it, for it is written in the Books of the Insolvent Fates that Veneering shall make a resounding smash next week. Yes.
"Pollyanna, next week you're going to take a journey.
I wish it were such a one as I could show to his lady.' He half drew from his waistcoat- pocket a letter with Arthur's still beloved hand on the address, scowled at it, and put it back again, adding - 'But he tells me he is about to return next week.'
Jennings, when they met at breakfast the following morning, "Sir John will not like leaving Barton next week;
Morris immediately; that he is to take possession before Michaelmas, and some of his servants are to be in the house by the end of next week."
"We mustn't let next week rob us of this week's joy.
If you wouldn't mind I'd like to give you the money for next week in advance."
"Our drawing class breaks up next week, and before the girls separate for the summer, I want to ask them out here for a day.
Yes, next week. Every body is so surprized; and every body says the same obliging things.
They expect to be at Echo Lodge next week. Then there are Phil and the Reverend Jo "
And here we are, with the exams looming up next week. Girls, sometimes I feel as if those exams meant everything, but when I look at the big buds swelling on those chestnut trees and the misty blue air at the end of the streets they don't seem half so important."