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Great Expectations
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  • I had so much time to spare, that the proposal came as a relief, notwithstanding its irreconcilability with my latent desire to keep my eye on the coach-office.
  • Notwithstanding my inability to settle to anything,—which I hope arose out of the restless and incomplete tenure on which I held my means,—I had a taste for reading, and read regularly so many hours a day.
  • First, notwithstanding the proverb that constant dropping will wear away a stone, you may set your mind at rest that these people never will—never would, in hundred years—impair your ground with Miss Havisham, in any particular, great or small.
  • But we considered ourselves well off, notwithstanding, for a more solitary place we could not have found.
  • Every hour so increased my abhorrence of him, that I even think I might have yielded to this impulse in the first agonies of being so haunted, notwithstanding all he had done for me and the risk he ran, but for the knowledge that Herbert must soon come back.

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  • Notwithstanding my fear, I want to try parachuting from an airplane.
  • Notwithstanding other provisions of this contract, employee may be fired immediately if there is any material misrepresentation on employee’s resume or job application.

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