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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • ’ "What now!" replied the baron, nothing daunted by his hollow voice and lustreless eyes.
  • ’I say must not,’ repeated Nicholas, nothing daunted; ’shall not.
  • Nothing daunted by this repulse, Nicholas returned to the charge next day, emboldened by the circumstance of Mr Linkinwater being in a very talkative and communicative mood; but, directly he resumed the theme, Tim relapsed into a state of most provoking taciturnity, and from answering in monosyllables, came to returning no answers at all, save such as were to be inferred from several grave nods and shrugs, which only served to whet that appetite for intelligence in Nicholas, which hadů

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  • It is a challenge that would daunt a lesser diplomat.
  • Obstacles don’t daunt her.

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