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said Mary, her eyes filling with tears, and a little sob rising which she tried to repress.
I don't want to say anything," said Mary, more quietly, "and my anger is of no use.
But Mary has been lost to me since I was a boy of thirteen.
Her perfectly baseless conviction that time would yet bring about my meeting with Mary, partly irritated, partly amused me.
I think I have seldom been more indignant with Mary.
Mary was in front of me, leaning in a somewhat foolish way on the haw-er, and they were chatting excitedly.
Mary asked, still in her imperious little Indian way.
It is different in India," said Mistress Mary disdainfully.
When Princess Mary returned from her father, the little princess sat working and looked up with that curious expression of inner, happy calm peculiar to pregnant women.
Princess Mary knelt down before her and hid her face in the folds of her sister-in-law's dress.
He was so evidently seeking a way out of his predicament, that Mary tossed her head triumphantly.
At the end of a fairly hard day's work it was certainly something of an effort to clear one's room, to pull the mattress off one's bed, and lay it on the floor, to fill a pitcher with cold coffee, and to sweep a long table clear for plates and cups and saucers, with pyramids of little pink biscuits between them; but when these alterations were effected, Mary felt a lightness of spirit come to her, as if she had put off the stout stuff of her working hours and slipped over her entire being some vesture of thin, bright silk.