because he knew you to be a man of few scruples, who would be willing to do things that a more upright honest man would have objected to?

because they would assume he "would get in in any case"--God knows why.

because she would never see them again.

because he spoke to him, though he could not go after him, saying, You will never mend till more of you be burned.

because he never kept those promises.

because I had myself lingered on the volumes but cooled at the price.

because of its freshness, its pervading vitality, its recuperating influences.

because these are the kind of things I like.

because the road through Gravesend is full of interest, while the direct way is almost barren all the way to Rochester.

because he intends to set up house-keeping--he is to be married--soon, I believe.

because you have written down what it cost yesterday.'

because his curiosity and interest had been excited by the description which Doctor Mary had given of Mr. Saffron's death.

because he had steamed along the coast on board the cattle boat.

because he never kept those promises.

because the strength of a bone is in proportion to the distance at which its fibres are from the centre.

because Stoddard's car stood in it.

because they had captured an Athenian ship, and put its crew to the sword.

because of that House, whereof now but two members are left us, he is by wedlock and adoption the third, the elder brethren have unanimously resolved to recommend to Clavelta, and to the Children of the Star, that this seat," and he pointed to the vacant place, "shall be filled by him who has but now expressed, with a warmth seldom shown in this place, his love and trust for the daughter of our Chief, the descendant of our Founder.

because she only coaxes when she knows she is in the wrong--and never, never, to let her see him shaving himself.

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