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The Mill on the Floss
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  • Thus the morning had been made heavy to Maggie, and Tom’s persistent coldness to her all through their walk spoiled the fresh air and sunshine for her.
  • Maggie sickened under this suspense, and her imagination began to live more and more persistently in what Philip was enduring.

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  • She has a persistent cough.
  • It is the kind of problem that can be solved if we are persistent in our efforts.

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