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induce
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induce
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Hard Times
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  • This so far surprised him, as to induce him gently to repeat, 'a proposal of marriage, my dear.'  (not reviewed by editor)

  • I mean that I hope you may be induced to arrange in a friendly manner, for allowing Louisa a period of repose and reflection here, which may tend to a gradual alteration for the better in many respects.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Then came the Teetotal Society, who complained that these same people would get drunk, and showed in tabular statements that they did get drunk, and proved at tea parties that no inducement, human or Divine (except a medal), would induce them to forego their custom of getting drunk.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Then came the Teetotal Society, who complained that these same people would get drunk, and showed in tabular statements that they did get drunk, and proved at tea parties that no inducement, human or Divine (except a medal), would induce them to forego their custom of getting drunk.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • I fear, father,' hesitated Louisa, 'that he must have made some representation to Stephen Blackpool perhaps in my name, perhaps in his own which induced him to do in good faith and honesty, what he had never done before, and to wait about the Bank those two or three nights before he left the town.  (not reviewed by editor)

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