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The Scarlet Letter
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  • It is essential, in order to form a complete estimate of the advantages of official life, to view the incumbent at the in-coming of a hostile administration.
  • The high estimation then placed upon the military character might be seen in the lofty port of each individual member of the company.
  • And this, moreover, was a mother’s estimate of the child’s disposition.
  • The people possessed by hereditary right the quality of reverence, which, in their descendants, if it survive at all, exists in smaller proportion, and with a vastly diminished force in the selection and estimate of public men.
  • Not improbably this circumstance wrought a very material change in the public estimation; and had the mother and child remained here, little Pearl at a marriageable period of life might have mingled her wild blood with the lineage of the devoutest Puritan among them all.

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  • What do you estimate this will cost?
  • Can you estimate the cost?

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