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Was it not plain to you that I was speaking of two entirely different persons?
Miss de Bourgh was pale and sickly; her features, though not plain, were insignificant; and she spoke very little, except in a low voice, to Mrs.
Is it not plain, from this, that the histories of Emmeline and Cassy may have many counterparts?
And was it not plain that if the people cut off the share of those who merely "owned," the share of those who worked would be much greater?
Was it not plain that his usual course of life had lost its attraction for him, when the object of his infatuation had ceased to exist?
And is not plain living and high thinking better than the other way about?
His hand trembles, his speech is not plain, and his eyes look wild.
But was it not plain that the many men who did not work ate it all up?
Sadly, after their joyous wedding seemed to signal a blissful future, all is not plain sailing for Lady Mary and "Hooray" Henry.
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However it was not plain sailing as Barrow opened the better of the two sides, partly down to Wrexham's lacklustre showing, and should have made more of their dominance, rarely testing debutant on loan goalkeeper Rhys Taylor.
It was not plain sailing for Brendan when he was at Watford or Reading, but he's come through the other side.