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The shop was also patronized by mice--only the mice were rather afraid of Ginger.
I am afraid I learn much less, but, fortunately, I have not to pass an examination--except if mamma takes it into her head to examine me.
"Are you afraid?" she turned and cried So very brave and sweetly,-- Oh that brave smile that takes the heart Captive completely!
"I still can't understand what you are afraid of," said Prince Andrew slowly, not taking his eyes off his wife.
Half the time Tom was afraid Injun Joe would never be captured; the other half he was afraid he would be.
What I am afraid of is being saddled with some rotten home duty."
It was also serious, for I learned that he was capable of using it, that under all his cowardice there was a courage of cowardice, like mine, that would impel him to do the very thing his whole nature protested against doing and was afraid of doing.
Levin suddenly lost his temper at these words, because at the bottom of his heart he was afraid that it was true--true that he was trying to hold the balance even between communism and the familiar forms, and that this was hardly possible.
"'That was kind of you,' said Hans; 'I was half afraid you had forgotten me.'
Grandfather is out, so you needn't be afraid," said Laurie, getting up.
"Nothing," she answered; "I'm afraid of him, that's all!"
I will certainly return to you within an hour."--"Pardon me, sir," cries Partridge; "I have determined to follow you wherever you go." Indeed he was now afraid to stay behind; for though he was coward enough in all respects, yet his chief fear was that of ghosts, with which the present time of night, and the wildness of the place, extremely well suited.