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It's naughty to fret, but I do think washing dishes and keeping things tidy is the worst work in the world.
Auntie, I wish I hadn't done it -- but I didn't think.
Martin to every other person; if you think him the most agreeable man you have ever been in company with, why should you hesitate?
Now, though he did not intend to think about him, memories of him constantly drifted into his mind.
Don't suppose I married him, Magdalen, until I had taught him to think of you as I think -- to wish with my wishes, and to hope with my hopes.
thought Alice to herself, `after such a fall as this, I shall think nothing of tumbling down stairs
Only think what a miserable summer else we shall have
Do not write unless there is something I can really do for you; for, dear Hetty, we must try to think of each other as little as we can.
As far as you have gone, Fanny, I think you perfectly right.
Even though you couldn't understand it I think you would like to hear the way they go on; they seem to express so much.
He remembered how his own father had died on this farm--he had had no possessions to think about; only his loved ones, his wife and his children; but he had brought them here that they might amass property out of Martin's sweat and the dust of the prairie.
I think I should love you more, if that were possible, if you could bring yourself to do it, since there's no other way of escape for 'ee.