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Page 108 - Mara to give him her pink sun-bonnet, which he placed for a pennon on a stick at the end of the boat, while he made a vehement dashing with another, first on one side of the boat and then on the other, — spattering the water in diamond showers, to the infinite amusement of the little maiden.
Page 26 - ... take your seat and don't let me hear another word from you.
Page 204 - You have the right to do that. But you have no right to play with me.
Page 237 - before I tell you, I want you to promise that you will forgive me for having told you.
Page 177 - I feel like getting down on my knees and begging you to forgive me for it ! Will you, Betty?