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I would fain be assured that I am growing apace and rankly, though my very growth disturb this dull equanimity--though it be with struggle through long, dark, muggy nights or seasons of gloom.
The king said it was all the more homely and more pleasanter for these fixings, and so don't disturb them.
Who gave you permission to come and disturb me with the social attentions of niggers?
She said he was always thinking and thinking, since these troubles come on, and she allowed he didn't more'n about half know what he was about when the thinking spells was on him; and she said he walked in his sleep considerable more now than he used to, and sometimes wandered around over the house and even outdoors in his sleep, and if we catched him at it we must let him alone and not disturb him.
And I have no doubt that he will thrive, and be a very rich man in timeand his being illiterate and coarse need not disturb us.
He did not disturb the wretchedness of her mind by ill-timed conversation.
No, Bessie: she came to my crib last night when you were gone down to supper, and said I need not disturb her in the morning, or my cousins either; and she told me to remember that she had always been my best friend, and to speak of her and be grateful to her accordingly.
Don't trouble him with questions on the subject: it will disturb him, for no good.
George, who is patron of us all," said the Sheriff vigorously, "that I will never disturb or distress the outlaws in Sherwood.
Soon he had forgotten my presence, and had plunged into a reverie that I did not disturb.
Yes, yes," said he; "you disturb, you agitate the people who live in the castle.
The latter accepted the offer, but did not talk, being unwilling to disturb Gania's work.