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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
...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
...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

Visser, Fredericus Theodorus - English language - 1973
...(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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