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Far from the Madding Crowd
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • "It seems dreadfully wrong not to have you when you feel so much!" she said with a little distress, and looking hopelessly around for some means of escape from her moral dilemma.
  • His concern at this dilemma (which would have been alarm, had he been a thriving man; but misfortune is a fine opiate to personal terror) led him to peer cautiously from the hay, and the first sight he beheld was the stars above him.
  • Yes, she would implore him by word of mouth to assist her in this dilemma.
  • In this dilemma Troy at once went out to reconnoitre.
  • "Now," said Troy, "you see my dilemma.

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  • It is an ethical dilemma.
  • Perhaps there is a way out of our present dilemma.

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