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Far from the Madding Crowd
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • When women are in a freakish mood, their usual intuition, either from carelessness or inherent defect, seemingly fails to teach them this, and hence it was that Bathsheba was fated to be astonished to-day.
  • Bathsheba, in spite of her mettle, began to feel unmistakable signs that she was inherently the weaker vessel.
  • The sun had crept round the tree as a last effort before death, and then began to sink, the shearers’ lower parts becoming steeped in embrowning twilight, whilst their heads and shoulders were still enjoying day, touched with a yellow of self-sustained brilliancy that seemed inherent rather than acquired.

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  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights recognizes the inherent dignity of each person.
  • We discovered shortcomings inherent in our first approach.

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