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rejoined the other drawing his sword; "then by my faith you shall e'en repay your score.
And in the innocence of my heart, I took charge of a rouleau of twenty-five louis d'or, which paid the expenses of my journey back to Paris; and only when, on my arrival, I went to the address indicated to repay the amount to M.
When I mentioned my inability to repay them for their kindness to me they assured me that I would have ample opportunity if I lived long upon Barsoom, and bidding me farewell they watched me until I was out of sight upon the broad white turnpike.
He occupied a position between a friend and a courier, which made him worse than embarrassing to repay.
First of all I had at once to repay what I had borrowed the day before from Simonov.
The cardinal has a tenacious memory and a long arm; you may depend upon it, he will repay you by some ill turn.
It was Morrel alone who remembered with alarm, that if he had to repay on the 15th the 50,000 francs of M.
Nor did this make her vain and heedless of others; she humb]y dwelt among them, seeking to do all the good she might; and many a houseless bird and hungry insect that Thistledown had harmed did she feed and shelter, and in return no evil could befall her, for so many friends were all about her, seeking to repay her tenderness and love by their watchful care.
They were able to thresh enough wheat to repay their debt of six hundred bushels and keep an additional three hundred of seed for the following year.
Also it stirreth in them industry, and especially of this kind, to watch and observe the weakness of others, that they may have somewhat to repay.
A drop of water and a little pity,--that is more than I can repay with my life.
In the meantime Miss Davidson was devising plans to repay the loan.