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Then he tells of the trouble he had in discovering how to solve the key to the translation code; but when he did, he found a great story unfolded to him.
They were always ready to forget their troubles at home, and to run away with me over the prairie, scaring rabbits or starting up flocks of quail.
Some way I don't feel moved to speak of things that trouble me.
Oh, dang it now, DON'T take on so; we all has to have our troubles, and this 'n 'll come out all right.
She has other troubles too, that you don't know anything about, and if you're not kind to your aunt Miranda now, child, you'll be dreadful sorry some time.
Then the King was very angry and said, 'If I had known what a lot of trouble you would have been, I would never have taken you into my house.
5) over-solicitude for his men, which exposes him to worry and trouble.
It's right for me to do what I can to save you from getting into trouble for want o' your knowing where you're being led to.
He had done quite right not to trouble himself with all the political and diplomatic affairs which solicited his attention; for, in the morning, in freshness and mild twilight, his ideas developed themselves in purity and abundance.
But I was in such a hurry that I went off by myself; and I had no trouble in finding these good people.
The idea of trouble immediately connected itself with what had been unaccountable to her in him.
So he told his wife, Aunt Em, of his trouble, and she first cried a little and then said that they must be brave and do the best they could, and go away somewhere and try to earn an honest living.