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David Copperfield
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  • But he looked such a very obdurate butcher as he stood scraping the great block in the shop, and moreover, his appearance was so little improved by the loss of a front tooth which I had knocked out, that I thought it best to make no advances.
  • Moreover, he said, he wanted to hear her sing all the new singer’s songs to him; and how could she do that well, unless she went?
  • Moreover, he had seen, in the distance, what he was sure must be the identical house of Mr. Peggotty, with smoke coming out of the chimney; and had had a great mind, he told me, to walk in and swear he was myself grown out of knowledge.
  • Moreover, she was rather what might be called wayward — I’ll go so far as to say what I should call wayward myself,’ said Mr. Omer; ’didn’t know her own mind quite — a little spoiled — and couldn’t, at first, exactly bind herself down.
  • As this sounded mysterious to the children, and moreover was like the beginning of a favourite story Agnes used to tell them, introductory to the arrival of a wicked old Fairy in a cloak who hated everybody, it produced some commotion.

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  • The company has too much debt. Moreover, it is responsible for a long term lease on expensive office space.
  • Many graduates have high college debt. Moreover too many of them haven’t found good-paying jobs.

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