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  • A letter to keep him away could not reach him in time, even if he should be disposed to listen to it.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • "Ay, that we do, sure," said Matthew Moon, with a small anxious laugh towards Oak, to show how very friendly disposed he was likewise.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • But Oak had found himself so occupied, and was full of so many cares relative to those portions of Boldwood's flocks that were not disposed of, that Bathsheba, without telling Oak or anybody, resolved to drive home herself, as she had many times done from Casterbridge Market, and trust to her good angel for performing the journey unmolested.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • On a day which had a summer face and a winter constitution—a fine January morning, when there was just enough blue sky visible to make cheerfully-disposed people wish for more, and an occasional gleam of silvery sunshine, Oak put the lamb into a respectable Sunday basket, and stalked across the fields to the house of Mrs. Hurst, the aunt—George, the dog walking behind, with a countenance of great concern at the serious turn pastoral affairs seemed to be taking.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • CHAPTER XLI SUSPICION—FANNY IS SENT FOR Bathsheba said very little to her husband all that evening of their return from market, and he was not disposed to say much to her.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • O no; he'll settle down quiet enough," said one disposed to take a more hopeful view of the case.  (not reviewed by editor)

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