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I try to cure it, I think I have, and then it breaks out worse than ever.
He helped and comforted me, and showed me that I must try to practice all the virtues I would have my little girls possess, for I was their example.
They try to be fast, and think it's manly, and they flatter him, and lead him on to do all sorts of things play for money, and bet, and loaf about.
I shall try not to be vexed when people interrupt me when I'm telling stories," wrote the Story Girl.
I shall try to be cheerful and smiling all the time," wrote Cecily.
It is a delicate and dangerous task, but I guess I can manage it; at any rate I 'll try, and have nothing to reproach myself with if things do go 'contrary.
I know it, but people sometimes get tired of old ways and like to try new ones.
Often they do that and try to see how close they can come without touching; sometimes the wheel bites off a sweep, and then the pilot sticks his head out and laughs, and thinks he's mighty smart.
It would catch his feet and try to trip him; it would build itself into a wall before him to beat him back; and he would fling himself into it, plunging like a wounded buffalo, puffing and snorting in rage.
It was of no use for them to try to deceive him; he knew as much about the situation as they did, and he knew that the family might literally starve to death.
She said she would try to hope again, she would get up and follow wherever he might lead if only he would not talk like that any more.
We can try, Tom; but I've seen such a beautiful country in my dream.