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Page 53 - O wad some power the giftie gie us To see oursel's as ithers see us...
Page 20 - However, you shall learn that when I have made up my mind to do a thing, I do it.
Page 17 - Neither he nor she knew how long they kept silence; it might have been five minutes, or it might have been half an hour.
Page 35 - ... it is in the nature of woman to attach herself to the man she marries, provided always he is a suitable person; and I do not think you have as yet advanced any reasons for holding me unsuitable.