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It's well enough for me to go out with Laurie, but not well enough to go to the Hummels'," said Jo, laughing, but looking a little ashamed of her inconsistency.
Tom wants us to go to the opera to-night and " Fan got no further, for Polly uttered a cry of rapture and clasped her hands.
Where in the world do you want to go to--you, who are the one hope of the house?
The innkeeper declared that he really wanted to go to Oakbourne, and might as well go to-night; he should have all Monday before him then.
The others then came close enough for conversation, and Morland said, "We had better go back, Thorpe; it is too late to go on today; your sister thinks so as well as I.
It evidently wanted to go on, and prognosticate drought, and water famine, and sunstroke, and simooms, and such things, but the peg prevented it, and it had to be content with pointing to the mere commonplace "very dry.
Here is another wolf, an old wolf, and he, too, thinks but the one thought, to go on.
I didn't think about its being wrong to go in and try on the brooch; but I see now that it was and I'll never do it again.
After I refused to join `the Owls,' as they were called, I made a bold resolve to go to the Saturday night dances at Firemen's Hall.
The rest of the animals, like the dormice and the water-voles and the bats, they will have to go back and live in the fields where they were born till we come home again.
Levin told his wife that he believed she wanted to go simply in order to be of use, agreed that Marya Nikolaevna's being with his brother did not make her going improper, but he set off at the bottom of his heart dissatisfied both with her and with himself.
I didn't want to go to school much before, but I reckoned I'd go now to spite pap.