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Anne Of Green Gables
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encore
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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • I felt prouder than you did when it was encored.
  • What will you recite if they encore you?
  • He said they would encore me.
  • "They won’t dream of encoring me," scoffed Anne, who was not without her own secret hopes that they would, and already visioned herself telling Matthew all about it at the next morning’s breakfast table.
  • There, they’re encoring you—they’re bound to have you back!"

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  • The audience loved the performance and called for one encore after another.
  • The President has been very successful in his first term, but what will he do for an encore?

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