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MY DEAREST MAKAR ALEXIEVITCH,--Do not disquiet yourself.
She was quite amazed at her own discomposure; but amongst other causes of disquiet, she dreaded lest the partiality of the brother should have said too much in her favour; and, more than commonly anxious to please, she naturally suspected that every power of pleasing would fail her.
Oh," said Porthos, "death is nothing: it isn't death that can disquiet us, since we don't know what it is.
The boy, also, after a week or two of mental disquiet, began to gratify his protectors by many inadvertent proofs that he considered them as parents, and their house as home.
In the afternoon of his first day's journey, on drawing near to the Bighorn Mountain, on the summit of which he intended to encamp for the night, he observed, to his disquiet, a cloud of smoke rising from its base.
At last, by a sudden question, he betrayed the cause of his disquiet.
Charles Hayter had met with much to disquiet and mortify him in his cousin's behaviour.
I should say what would give me great pain and disquiet, child, and what would leave me very solitary.
It was really a long stupor, broken only by an occasional murmur of pain that continued to disquiet and agitate the doctor greatly.
But although he was in port, and precisely because he was in port, he never recalled without disquiet the varied haps of his political career, so long uneasy and laborious.
He fell asleep on the bench; but his mental disquiet continued through his slumbers.
After a time of disquiet, the idea was accepted that China was to be feared, not in war, but in commerce.