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The old ardour and impetuosity were nearly worn out.
The grown-up was Miss Reade, who had been up to give the girls their music lesson and had consented to stay to tea, much to the rapture of the said girls, who continued to worship her with unabated and romantic ardour.
The words which followed were feebly and faintly uttered, and broken by long pauses; but, from them, Nicholas learnt, for the first time, that the dying boy, with all the ardour of a nature concentrated on one absorbing, hopeless, secret passion, loved his sister Kate.
I should like to be less of a pet and more of a friend, if I might choose; but I won't complain of that: I am only afraid his affection loses in depth where it gains in ardour.
Now, after this short preface, we think it no disparagement to our heroe to mention the immoderate ardour with which he laid about him at this season.
But even your best love is only an enraptured simile and a painful ardour.
I have read with ardour the accounts of the various voyages which have been made in the prospect of arriving at the North Pacific Ocean through the seas which surround the pole.
Tracy Tupman--the too susceptible Tupman, who to the wisdom and experience of maturer years superadded the enthusiasm and ardour of a boy in the most interesting and pardonable of human weaknesses--love.
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Judi Dench dampened my ardour by serving me a tankard of foaming Andrews Liver Salts instead of ale on stage" -Actor Mark Eden on his co-star in a play called A Penny for a Song.
Ardour gave further proof of Richard Hannon's skill at training two-year-olds when he produced a game display to win the 7f nursery.
A RANDOM selection of people on the streets of the North East last night will have dampened some of the ardour of those backing David Miliband to be Gordon Brown's successor.