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contract
used in Me Before You

11 uses
  • She told them everything—about Will and the six-month contract and what had happened when they went to Mauritius.
    p. 379.7
  • I know we never had, you know, a formal contract or anything, but I wanted to look after you.
    p. 12.1
  • I should tell you, Miss Clark, that this is not a permanent contract.
    p. 27.1
  • "You signed a contract, Miss Clark," she said.
    p. 136.1
  • You signed a contract where you promised to work for us for six months.
    p. 136.1
  • The next two responses were from a Seventh-day Adventist and a man whose suggested ways in which I could cheer Will up were certainly not covered by my working contract.
    p. 233.1
  • By the time the Xtreme Viking took place, there would be less than one week of my contract left to run.
    p. 243.8
  • "You don't think they're going to renew your contract?"
    p. 259.5
  • My contract was due to end, and I had done nothing to noticeably change Will's mind.
    p. 336.7
  • I had to try for each of those ten days to forget why we were actually there—the six-month contract, my carefully plotted calendar, everything that had come before.
    p. 350.5
  • I know .... why I was employed on a six-month contract.
    p. 359.6

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