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Stryver (after notifying to his jackal that "he had thought better of that marrying matter") had carried his delicacy into Devonshire, and when the sight and scent of flowers in the City streets had some waifs of goodness in them for the worst, of health for the sickliest, and of youth for the oldest, Sydney's feet still trod those stones.
Besides, if, according to what has been already said, the man of worth is on that account fit to govern, two men of worth are certainly better than one: as, for instance, in Homer, "Let two together go:" and also Agamemnon's wish; "Were ten such faithful counsel mine
Verily, I have done this and that for the afflicted: but something better did I always seem to do when I had learned to enjoy myself better.
And in the laying of bricks and stones is the just man a more useful or better partner than the builder?
She went to a dame-school and learnt a few useful things well; that is better than a smattering of half a dozen so-called higher branches, I take the liberty of thinking.
Gania was right when he told his sister that Hippolyte was getting better; that he was better was clear at the first glance.
Of course it would be all the better,' she said: 'but it wouldn't be all the better his being punished.
Nay, sir, I don't see as he'd be much the better off for that.
Bulstrode perhaps liked him the better for the difference between them in pitch and manners; he certainly liked him the better, as Rosamond did, for being a stranger in Middlemarch.
It 'ud be a fine deal better for some people," she said, after that introductory note, "if they'd let the lawyers alone.
He is not tolerably well, as he told me to tell papa; but he's better, very likely.
How much better you appear this morning, George," she cried, in a voice whose melody was even heightened by its gaiety.
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