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Oliver Twist
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  • ’Bless him!’ interposed Mrs. Mann, inflaming her left eye with the corner of her apron.
  • Foolery!’ interposed the beadle.
  • ’Oh, don’t tell me what you were going to say,’ interposed Mrs. Sowerberry.
  • ’Lor bless her dear heart, no!’ interposed the nurse, hastily depositing in her pocket a green glass bottle, the contents of which she had been tasting in a corner with evident satisfaction.
  • What?’ interposed Mr. Bumble: with a gleam of pleasure in his metallic eyes.
  • ’And his missis,’ interposed Mr. Claypole.
  • ’I never, never will, sir,’ interposed Oliver.
  • ’Stow that gammon,’ interposed the robber, impatiently.
  • ’I shall do you a mischief!’ interposed the Jew, goaded by these reproaches; ’a mischief worse than that, if you say much more!’
  • ’Hey-day!’ interposed Mr. Mann, ’I suppose you’re going to say that you DO want for something, now?
  • ’What’s the good of talking in that way?’ interposed Master Bates; ’he don’t know what you mean.’
  • ’Not a bit of it,’ replied Sikes, interposing.
  • ’And will do everything you want, Bill, my dear,’ interposed the Jew; ’he can’t help himself.
  • ’There’s a bolt at the top, you won’t be able to reach,’ interposed Toby.
  • So like Mr. Grannett, wasn’t it?’ interposed the matron.
  • ’Yes, yes!’ interposed the Jew, drawing up his chair.
  • ’It’s no fault of mine if he is!’ interposed the other man, with a look of terror, and clasping the Jew’s arm with trembling hands.
  • ’No, no, love!’ interposed the lady, hastily.
  • ’I beg your pardon, ma’am, interposed Mr. Giles; ’but I was going to tell you about him when Doctor Losberne came in.’
  • ’Conkey means Nosey, ma’am,’ interposed Duff.
  • ’Not ill, my love?’ interposed Mrs. Maylie.
  • ’Let it rest with Rose, then,’ interposed Harry.
  • ’You think women never can keep secrets, I suppose?’ said the matron, interposing, and returning, as she spoke, the searching look of Monks.
  • ’There—there’s enough of that,’ interposed Sikes, impatiently; and stooping over his recumbant friend, he whispered a few words in his ear: at which Mr. Crackit laughed immensely, and honoured Oliver with a long stare of astonishment.
  • ’Which contained—’ interposed Monks, stretching forward.
  • ’Stay another moment,’ interposed Rose, as the girl moved hurriedly towards the door.
  • ’I believe,’ interposed Miss Maylie, ’that at this period of our interview, I need not give that gentleman the trouble of going away.
  • ’Never mind where,’ interposed Mr. Brownlow.
  • ’Wanted,’ interposed Fagin.
  • ’Mind!’ interposed Charley.
  • He’s fully committed!’ interposed the clerk.
  • ’No, no,’ interposed Monks.
  • Master Bates laughed so vehemently at this magnificent threat, that it was some time before Fagin could interpose, and represent to Mr. Bolter that he incurred no possible danger in visiting the police-office; that, inasmuch as no account of the little affair in which he had engaged, nor any description of his person, had yet been forwarded to the metropolis, it was very probable that he was not even suspected of having resorted to it for shelter; and that, if he were properly…

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