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We thank you for the use of your cabin, and are sorry that you did not permit us the pleasure of seeing and thanking you in person.
I must thank you first; let me speak to you as if I really were a child.
I thank you for your good opinion, sir,' said Sim, much gratified,
Gracious heavenly Father, I thank Thee for the White Way of Delight and the Lake of Shining Waters and Bonny and the Snow Queen.
I thank you heartily again and am proud to think of the Rouncewells as they'll be founded by you.
He is so kind to me, I must thank him, and I don't know any other way.
He gave thanks for our food and comfort, and prayed for the poor and destitute in great cities, where the struggle for life was harder than it was here with us.
thanks to his astonishing command over himself, became such benign tempests, that his most violent, his only passion, that which Saint Simon mentions with astonishment, was that famous fit of anger which he exhibited fifty years later, on the occasion of a little concealment of the Duc de Maine's.
No, dear, thank God, it is n't, but it might have been, if we had n't saved the poor little soul," cried Miss Mills, with a sudden brightening of the face, which made it beautiful in spite of the stiff gray curl that bobbed on each temple, the want of teeth, and a crooked nose.
He thanks you, dear friends, for your kindly greeting, and hopes to receive you--it may be on the next of these delightfiil occasions--in a residence better suited to your claims on the rites of hospitality.
Yes, bless him, he is; but I am strong, thank God, and if I knew the way I think I should get on somehow; please tell me the way.
It's good, quite good, thank you," said the Frenchman, in French, "but there must be some linen left over.