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In others, they had forwarded drafts on firms which had failed already, or which were about to fail, in the crisis.
The domestic crisis had betrayed the blind confidence which youth and inexperience had placed in it.
I only bought it because Munny was present, and I wanted to get fifty thousand dollars out of him, to meet this crisis.
But for the moment it appeared to me a tremendous crisis, and I listened as the minister of justice read his communication, with a thrill which lost itself in the interest I suddenly felt in the plundered author.
Just at this crisis, as though she comprehended all this agitation regarding herself, the moon shone forth with serene splendor, eclipsing by her intense illumination all the surrounding lights.
Young and unknown, mere vagrant adventurer as he was, she had been conscious of a force in Holgrave which might well adapt him to be the champion of a crisis.
Clifford, ordinarily so destitute of this faculty, had found it in the tension of the crisis.
The crisis which I then felt to be approaching has now arrived, but in a form a hundred times more extensive and unexpected than I had looked for.
My letter to Polina had been clear and firm, and in the present crisis, I felt sure, would prove final.
But I must run away now--I have no end of work now--it's a crisis--a political crisis, you know.
At this crisis Lydgate was announced, and one of the first things he said was, "I fear you are not so well as you were, Mrs.
Micawber's difficulties came to a crisis, and he was arrested early one morning, and carried over to the King's Bench Prison in the Borough.