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  • Nicholas needed no further admonition, but ’tumbled up’ at once, and proceeded to dress himself by the light of the taper, which Mr Squeers carried in his hand.
  • As this admonition was accompanied with a threatening gesture, and uttered with a savage aspect, the little boy rubbed his face harder, as if to keep the tears back; and, beyond alternately sniffing and choking, gave no further vent to his emotions.
  • The only scriptural admonition that Ralph Nickleby heeded, in the letter, was ’know thyself.’
  • Bestowing no further notice upon his eccentric follower than a threatening look, and an admonition to be careful and make no mistake, Ralph took his hat and gloves, and walked out.

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  • ignored my admonition
  • He that gives good advice, builds with one hand; he that gives good counsel and example, builds with both; but he that gives good admonition and bad example, builds with one hand and pulls down with the other.
    Francis Bacon

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