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  • Moreover, she had hardly recovered her equanimity since the disturbance which she had suffered from Oak’s remarks.
  • So also was Bathsheba now that he had come, though the uninvited presence of Pennyways, the bailiff who had been dismissed for theft, disturbed her equanimity for a while.
  • While she had known him to be alive she could have thought of his death with equanimity; but now that it might be she had lost him, she regretted that he was not hers still.

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  • She accepted the problem with equanimity and grace.
  • He was not angry, not even irritated, and he enjoyed his equanimity.
    Toni Morrison  --  Song of Solomon

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