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There was an absence of the usual hilarity which struck me.
And besides, on that day, as it was the fifteenth, he had to give his wife some money for her expenses, according to their usual arrangement.
After receiving this news late in the evening, when he was alone in his study, the old prince went for his walk as usual next morning, but he was silent with his steward, the gardener, and the architect, and though he looked very grim he said nothing to anyone.
The daughter of de Barral probably enjoyed her jolly ride with the jolly Charley (infinitely more jolly than going out with a stupid old riding-master), very much indeed, because the Fynes saw them coming back at a later hour than usual.
Though with your usual anxiety for our happiness," said Elinor, "you have been obviating every impediment to the present scheme which occurred to you, there is still one objection which, in my opinion, cannot be so easily removed.
That, perhaps the sweetness of the evening had inticed the captain to go farther than his usual walk: or he might be detained at some neighbour's.
At daylight he rose, and as usual looked out for the kite.
They found Mary, as usual, deep in the study of thorough-bass and human nature; and had some extracts to admire, and some new observations of threadbare morality to listen to.
If we are all three to be comfortable and happy together, now we are alone, we must stick to our usual habits and go on in our regular way.
Next noontide saw the admirable woman in her usual place in the wine-shop, knitting away assiduously.
And Eugenie, with her usual precision, opened a printed paper, and read, --
The next morning, at break of day, he borrowed a gun, and was off among the hills, nor was anything more seen of him until a few minutes after the party had encamped for the evening, when he again made his appearance, in his usual frank, careless manner, and threw down the carcass of another noble deer, which he had borne on his back for a considerable distance.