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" No, I am not; I am in no mood for compliments. I know very well what stuff you are made of. I know your superiority to myself. I know you will be selected to go up over all our heads. I feel all this; and Alaric, you must not be surprised that, to a certain... "
The Three Clerks: A Novel - Page 73
by Anthony Trollope - 1860 - 497 pages
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The three clerks. (Selected works of A. Trollope).

Anthony Trollope - 1860 - 480 pages
...done," replied Alaric. " I wish.you had the task instead of me." " You must manage him," said Harry. " So do not I. Sir Gregory, when he chose you, knew...compliments. I know very well what stuff you are made of. I.know your superiority to myself. I know you will be selected to go up over all our heads. I feel...
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The three clerks. (Selected works of A. Trollope).

Anthony Trollope - 1860 - 480 pages
...done," replied Alaric. " I wish.you had the task instead of me." " You must manage him," said Harry. " So do not I. Sir Gregory, when he chose you, knew...compliments. I know very well what stuff you are made of. I.know your superiority to myself. I know you will be selected to go up over all our heads. I feel...
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An Historical Syntax of the English Language, Parts 1-3

Visser, Fredericus Theodorus - History - 1963
...(Gairdner) III, n, for he bathe walkyd in London, and so do not I. | 1858 Trollope, Three Clerks VII, 77, "I wish you had the task instead of me." "So do not I." 220 C. With no more, neither, ne or nor. The type 'He knows nothing about it. Wo more do I.'...
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An Historical Syntax of the English Language, Parts 1-3

Frederik Theodor Visser - History - 1963 - 2 pages
...(Gairdner) III, n, for he hathe walkyd in London, and so do not I. | 1858 Trollope, Three Clerks VII, 77, "I wish you had the task instead of me." "So do not I." 220 C. With no more, neither, ne or nor. The type 'He knows nothing about it. No more do I.'...
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