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Page 382 - No, no, no," she cried, putting her hands over her ears, " I don't want to hear any more.
Page 50 - Francis raised his head slowly and for a moment the two men looked into each other's eyes. Then Hugh opened the door and went out. Francis sat very still at his desk. " I'm afraid," he whispered,
Page 400 - Francis needs me," she said, leaning back in her chair and looking up at him bravely.
Page 56 - I'm afraid she left here very unhappy because, on the spur of the moment, I could not think of any arrangement.
Page 266 - You will never see me again but you will never forget me — and I am glad. Good-bye. I thought I should never really love a beast but I do love you. Good-bye. Flossie.