Dominique, whom he had tried to save from the Bannerů When they met in the building, Scarret looked at him expectantly, with an entreating, tentative half-smile, an eager pupil waiting for the teacher’s recognition of a lesson well learned and well done.
But if he doesn’tůif he doesn’tů" Roark had never known how to entreat and he was not doing it well; his voice was hard, toneless, revealing the effort, so that the plea became an insult to the man who was making him plead.
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She flattered and entreated him until he agreed to help.