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Perhaps, too, the natural and instinctive love of life made me wish to avoid endangering my own.
there are no unimportant events in this world and we shall see that this apparently slight incident came near endangering the monarchy.
As to Captain Wentworth's views, she deemed it of more consequence that he should know his own mind early enough not to be endangering the happiness of either sister, or impeaching his own honour, than that he should prefer Henrietta to Louisa, or Louisa to Henrietta.
It hath been a great endangering to the health of some plantations, that they have built along the sea and rivers, in marish and unwholesome grounds.
I did not mention it because I was afraid of endangering my chance of you, darling, the great prize of my life--my Fellowship I call you.
Slowly he raised it to his shoulder, waiting until another move should place Mugambi at his mercy without endangering the lives of the woman or any of his own followers.