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SISTERSwedish Institute for Studies in Education and Research
SISTERSymbolic Interactionist Simulation of Trade and Emergent Roles (Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation)
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When this spirited young man and his sister had begun systematically to produce the family skeleton for the overawing of the College, this narrative cannot precisely state.
'"Alice speaks truly, father," said the elder sister, somewhat proudly.
Norris, in promoting gaieties for her nieces, assisting their toilets, displaying their accomplishments, and looking about for their future husbands, had so much to do as, in addition to all her own household cares, some interference in those of her sister, and Mrs.
I could not see my dear sister's face, for she was bending over my mother, pointing me out to her, and telling her to wave her hand and smile, because I liked it so.
Dorothea immediately took up the necklace and fastened it round her sister's neck, where it fitted almost as closely as a bracelet; but the circle suited the Henrietta-Maria style of Celia's head and neck, and she could see that it did, in the pier-glass opposite.
This event, while it raised the spirits of Elinor, restored to those of her sister all, and more than all, their former agitation.
And this is said to me by my own sister, who imagines that...that...that she's sympathizing with me!...I don't want these condolences And his humbug!"
"I had not been long in Hertfordshire, before I saw, in common with others, that Bingley preferred your elder sister to any other young woman in the country.
With sister Glegg in this humor, there was a cheerful prospect for the day.
"And why did I do it, I should like to know?" exclaimed my sister.
"My dear sister; I want your help in a very important affair.
"Take care!" whispered Dorothea, in her sister's ear.
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