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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • "You mustn’t sell Green Gables," said Anne resolutely.
  • And to bed, when she had put her dishes away, went Marilla, frowning most resolutely.
  • She was a tall black-eyed, black-haired woman, with a very resolute mouth.
  • When Marilla took her breakfast up to her she found the child sitting primly on her bed, pale and resolute, with tight-shut lips and gleaming eyes.
  • "Well, I’m going in to tell her myself," said Anne resolutely.
  • With this encouragement Anne bearded the lion in its den—that is to say, walked resolutely up to the sitting-room door and knocked faintly.
  • "I’m not going to think about it at all until I know whether I can go or not," said Anne resolutely.
  • Charlie and Gilbert were not above doing this too, but Moody Spurgeon stayed resolutely away.
  • Anne sighed and, dragging her eyes from the witcheries of the spring world, the beckoning day of breeze and blue, and the green things upspringing in the garden, buried herself resolutely in her book.

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  • She stood resolute as some complained that she was asking too much of the team.
  • She has a resolute and unshakeable faith in his character.

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