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determine
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

23 uses
  • He'd walked slowly, Phoebe attentive and serious beside him, determined to do everything right, her hand cupped around his elbow.
    p. 392.2
  • Her voice was harder now, determined.
    p. 13.4
  • "He had a sister," Norah whispered, determined, looking around at all the faces.
    p. 47.7
  • His face was pale, still, but determined.
    p. 65.1
  • She remembered the camera, and how she'd walked through their empty house determined to record every detail, a hedge against time.
    p. 89.4
  • Doro's voice was intent now, her words a determined rush.
    p. 94.0
  • But Sandra was firm, calm and determined.
    p. 99.2
  • "I don't know," he said, slowly, carefully, trying to determine the source of her question.
    p. 114.7
  • She was so beautiful, Norah thought, glimpsing the determination and excitement on her sister's face in the instant before she disappeared.
    p. 131.3
  • But as she pulled the hoe back, wasps, furious and determined, poured out of the torn nest and flew straight after her.
    p. 135.8
  • The best hope for their growth and development, as for all children, is an educational environment without predetermined limits.
    p. 162.3
  • But Paul was passionate about the guitar, determined to go to Juilliard.
    p. 181.3
  • "My cat," she said, her voice high, determined, and Caroline felt the squirming beneath Phoebe's shirt, heard the small mewing.
    p. 236.4
  • In each of these David Henry was a young man full of a restless, determined energy.
    p. 246.2
  • She was so young, yet there was something fierce and strong about her too, something lonely but determined.
    p. 268.9
  • Her face was set, resolute, focused and determined like Paul when he played music, setting himself against David's world and seeking another place.
    p. 273.1
  • "I'll probably have to pay my own way," Paul offered, recognizing her fierce determination, the way it covered fear.
    p. 286.3
  • Then there were footsteps, and the quiet, determined voices of his parents, back and forth, just beyond the edge of the porch.
    p. 286.6
  • How had she become this woman, so lean and determined, so forceful and so solitary?
    p. 298.3
  • Bree was speaking crisply now, focused and determined, as if she were giving an overview of accounts receivable.
    p. 298.3
  • So Norah had been sitting on the painted floor since early morning, slicing through boxes with an X-Acto knife, lifting out folders full of photographs and negatives and notes, determined to remain detached, to be ruthless, in this process of selection.
    p. 361.4
  • She was everything she had wanted to be earlier: determined, brisk—yes, ruthless.
    p. 372.3
  • For the first time in years Paul thought of Lauren Lobeglio, the silent determined way she had walked across the empty garage to him week after week.
    p. 377.8

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