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" One's life narrows down with the years: there is so much to say and so little time to say it in - one sticks to the patois of the profession, which can put others off. "
Tales of a grandmother - Page 130
by mrs. A C Carmichael - 1841
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No Church, by the author of 'High Church'.

Frederick William Robinson - 1861
..."What—you will keep talking!" cried the excitable Lotty. " How can you talk and listen too—with me so much to say, and so little time to say it in ? I thought all that, and fifty times more than that, till to-day; and now to-day has changed me, God...
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Maggie's mistake, by the author of 'Aunt Annie's stories'.

Edis Searle - 1874
...that we could not talk in bed that night, though it was the very first night of Nelly's return, and we had so much to say, and so little time to say it — only our playtime and walks ; it really was too bad. I think it made Nelly feel quite cross, and...
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'Twixt will and fate

Caroline Corner - 1879
...effect that that singular voice had produced upon her sensitive organism. ' No, did I not ? Ah ! we have had so much to say and so little time to say it in, dearest,' the lover fondly asserted, stooping to imprint a lingering kiss upon the fair golden head...
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Disarmed, by the author of 'Kitty'.

Matilda Barbara Betham- Edwards - 1883
...at the sudden naturalness of Arthura's voice and manner. " But I must make haste, my darling. I have so much to say, and so little time to say it in, that I am at my wits' end where to begin. Well, I am going to America on an errand for Stephana, and...
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In Her Earliest Youth

Tasma - 1890 - 301 pages
...been making the damper—"dear papa!" She could get no further for the break in her voice, and she had so much to say and so little time to say it in! "There — there — my dear! don't, now don't," expostulated Mr. Smith, patting her hand, whereby...
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Methodist Magazine, Volume 31

Religion - 1890
...For they have told me at last that the time is very short ere I shall be taken from you, and I have so much to say, and so little time to say it in. You scarcely know your mother, my little Kathleen; on account of my long illness, and it may be for...
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Calendar of the Stuart papers belonging to His Majesty the king, Volume 1

Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Windsor Castle. Royal Library - History - 1902
...at Bruntisland, to pass to Aberdeen. JAMES III. to LORD BOLINGBROKE. 1715, Nov. 15. — " There is so much to say, and so little time to say it in, that I must refer in great measure to the bearer, who will explain to you our present resolutions and...
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Sessional Papers, Volume 50

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1902
...at Bruntisland, to pass to Aberdeen. JAMES III. to LORD BOLINGBROKE. 1715, Nov. 15. — " There is so much to say, and so little time to say it in, that I must refer in great measure to the bearer, who will explain to you our present resolutions and...
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Hetty Wesley

Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch - Wesley family - 1903 - 306 pages
...without my help." Charles laughed. " Now you speak of it, I have been rattling on. But there has been so much to say and so little time to say it in. Has it occurred to you that we have seen more of each other in these seven days than in all our lives...
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The Late Tenant

Louis Tracy - 1906 - 285 pages
...Sit here; let me — " "No, really," said he, "it is nearly all right now, dear Mrs. Mordaunt. I have so much to say, and so little time to say it in. Where is Violet?" "She is in her bed-room; will soon be down. Let me place this cushion — " "She...
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