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To those old allies whose cultural and spiritual origins we share: we pledge the loyalty of faithful friends.
Pledge me, my guests.'' He drank deep, and went on with increasing warmth.
I pledge myself to shake your confidence in Lady Clarinda.
"Madam," said the Superb High Chairman, "we have no objection to visitors if they will pledge themselves not to publish anything they hear.
here, I brought you the pledge I promised the other day .
"Morbleu!" cried the latter, "I should say that I do pledge myself to it!
"The pledge can't be fulfilled," he said, with impetuous insistence.
could pledge it without exciting suspicion of the truth.
"Pledge it, then; you can borrow at least a thousand crowns on it.
I desire with my whole soul to do what will comfort you; but I cannot give any pledge suddenly-- still less a pledge to do I know not what."
This condition fulfilled, you will pledge me the honour of a Christian gentleman that the quarrel is for ever at an end on your side.
Blake, and pledges herself, on the first occasion when sickness may lay him low, to offer him the use of her Extracts for the second time.