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The Time Machine
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  • Weena I had resolved to bring with me to our own time.
  • I told myself that I could never stop, and with a gust of petulance I resolved to stop forthwith.
  • I resolved I would make the descent without further waste of time, and started out in the early morning towards a well near the ruins of granite and aluminium.
  • I resolved to mount to the summit of a crest, perhaps a mile and a half away, from which I could get a wider view of this our planet in the year Eight Hundred and Two Thousand Seven Hundred and One A.D. For that, I should explain, was the date the little dials of my machine recorded.
  • But the day was growing late, and I had come upon the sight of the place after a long and tiring circuit; so I resolved to hold over the adventure for the following day, and I returned to the welcome and the caresses of little Weena.

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  • She resolved to never drink again.
  • She never waivered in her resolve to attend a good college.

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