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sequel
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Jane Eyre
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  • I did not ask what she meant by "all being over," but I suppose she referred to the expected decease of her mother and the gloomy sequel of funeral rites.
  • Besides, since yesterday I have experienced the excitement of a person to whom a tale has been half— told, and who is impatient to hear the sequel.
  • I had thought he would hardly speak to me, and I was certain he had given up the pursuit of his matrimonial scheme: the sequel showed I was mistaken on both points.
  • "Half-an-hour ago," he pursued, "I spoke of my impatience to hear the sequel of a tale: on reflection, I find the matter will be better managed by my assuming the narrator’s part, and converting you into a listener.

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  • It was in the sequel to the first Harry Potter book.
  • They were so confident Lord of the Rings would be successful, they filmed some of the sequels with the first film.

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