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To know that her daughter would be married was enough.
When you are married you will understand me better, and our friendship, shaken just now, will be deepened; for I dare assure you, now that you can no longer misunderstand me, that no living woman is dearer to me than you.
We've just had up a story about " Durbeyfield began, and thereupon related in detail to his wife a discussion which had arisen at the inn about the clergy, originated by the fact of his daughter having married into a clerical family.
And a very pretty little fortune,' said the married lady.
How many of the wise and learned have married their cooks?
Was it one of those nightmare things in which you find yourself engaged or married to some one you hate or don't know, without the slightest idea how it ever came about?
A woman could not be married in a widow's cap, James.
Thirteen years exactly from that day they were married.
Perhaps you do not know--you may not have heard that my brother is lately married to--to the youngest--to Miss Lucy Steele.
Harmon Andrews told me when I came home that I wouldn't likely find married life as much better than teaching as I expected.
Your son has married me under the name of Woodville.
I am to be married in the first week of the New Year.