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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
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  • But she fled up-stairs, nevertheless, with Sid and Mary at her heels.
  • And she hit his hand a smart rap, but reddened and looked pleased, nevertheless.
  • But he wrote it again, nevertheless; he could not help it.
  • But Tom was uneasy, nevertheless, and was alarmed to see Joe go sullenly on with his dressing.
  • Boys of his own size pretended not to know he had been away at all; but they were consuming with envy, nevertheless.
  • But she did see, nevertheless; and she knew she was winning her fight, too, and was glad to see him suffer as she had suffered.
  • But he was in a fine rage, nevertheless.
  • There were very few there who knew what "tete" meant, but the poem was very satisfactory, nevertheless.
  • His pity was moved, but nevertheless he felt an abounding sense of relief and security, now, which revealed to him in a degree which he had not fully appreciated before how vast a weight of dread had been lying upon him since the day he lifted his voice against this bloody-minded outcast.

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  • The class was hard. Nevertheless, it was my favorite.
  • She loves him. Nevertheless, she is determined to stop seeing him unless he stops drinking.

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