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Bleak House
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  • Nevertheless, I do not go with Mrs. Jellyby in all things.
  • Nevertheless, his dignity gets over it after stopping to refit, and he goes on with my Lady for Chesney Wold, lying only one night in London on the way to Lincolnshire.
  • What connexion can there have been between many people in the innumerable histories of this world who from opposite sides of great gulfs have, nevertheless, been very curiously brought together!
  • You, sir, thought fit to withdraw your interests from that keeping nevertheless and to offer them to me.
  • Whereas, and nevertheless, I find myself wrapped round with secrecy and mystery, till my life is a burden to me.
  • Nevertheless, Bleak House is thinning fast, O little woman!
  • Nevertheless, they are a part of the occasion of my being here.
  • Nevertheless, Mrs. Rouncewell’s son has, in the course of nature and art, grown up, and established himself, and married, and called unto him Mrs. Rouncewell’s grandson, who, being out of his apprenticeship, and home from a journey in far countries, whither he was sent to enlarge his knowledge and complete his preparations for the venture of this life, stands leaning against the chimneypiece this very day in Mrs. Rouncewell’s room at Chesney Wold.
  • Mr. Bucket eyed the old man for a moment—he had slipped and shrunk down in his chair into a mere bundle—as if he were much disposed to pounce upon him; nevertheless, he continued to bend over him with the same agreeable air, keeping the corner of one of his eyes upon us.

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  • The class was hard. Nevertheless, it was my favorite.
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