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used in Me Before You

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  • Even those offering money, although I admit I was a teeny bit tempted to see how much they were offering.
    p. 386.2
  • There is no lunch break as such, although when Nathan, his daily nurse, comes in at lunchtime to attend to him, there should be a free half an hour.
    p. 27.9
  • Although you might want to wear .... something a bit less revealing.
    p. 28.3
  • Although .... he's not desperately keen to go anywhere at the moment."
    p. 33.5
  • He has some movement in his fingers, although he finds it hard to grip.
    p. 35.0
  • Occasionally, at the end of the day, Mrs. Traynor would pop in—although she never said much to me, other than "Everything all right?" to which the only acceptable answer seemed to be "Yes."
    p. 50.3
  • "You could do it with me," he said, although we both knew he didn't believe it.
    p. 62.4
  • He nodded, although I wasn't sure he really knew where I was talking about.
    p. 74.6
  • It wasn't just the time, although the endless hours spent at the hospital, the time spent to-ing and fro-ing in the car, the meetings—oh God, the meetings—took up so much of it.
    p. 120.1
  • It's not that my religion forbade it—although the prospect of Will being consigned to hell through his own desperation was a terrible one.
    p. 123.4
  • Although he did point out that, having restored my face to its former state, I will now need shaving every day.
    p. 128.6
  • The woman had thought it might be Biba, although someone had cut the label out.
    p. 196.8
  • "Although you mustn't tell Mum—I told her he was fine."
    p. 212.3
  • A precautionary measure, they called it, although it was obvious to everyone that he was in a lot of pain.
    p. 229.7
  • Although, if you keep turning in left-hand circles I may throw up.
    p. 295.3
  • It was quite sweet, really, although a little bit of me wondered what on earth this was going to lead to.
    p. 302.3
  • My son, although we never said as much, was in the most untenable of situations.
    p. 325.6
  • Camilla seemed quietly hopeful, although she refused to admit to me that that was what it was.
    p. 325.8
  • Louisa Clark had become, although neither of us said it, our only chance of keeping him alive.
    p. 326.2
  • I looked a him last night and I thought about his life and what it s likely to become .... and although there is nothing I'd ike more in the world than for the big guy to be happy, I ... I can't judge him for what he wants to do.
    p. 338.8
  • Nathan disappeared with her most evenings and, although he returned for late duties, we tacitly gave him as much time as possible to enjoy himself.
    p. 351.1
  • So although I looked childish—although I seemed to the cabin staff (as I declined to talk to Will, to look at him, to feed him) as if I were the most heartless of women—I knew that pretending he was not there was about the only way I could cope with these hours of enforced proximity.
    p. 367.4
  • So although I looked childish—although I seemed to the cabin staff (as I declined to talk to Will, to look at him, to feed him) as if I were the most heartless of women—I knew that pretending he was not there was about the only way I could cope with these hours of enforced proximity.
    p. 367.5
  • She can be a bit melodramatic, Mum—although, to be fair, she had made fish pie and she probably just wanted to make sure Lou wasn't going to miss it.
    p. 373.5
  • I'm not really telling you to jump off tall buildings, or swim with whales or anything (although I would secretly love to think you were), but to live boldly.
    p. 408.6

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