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" Erica had feared ; — worse than finding the boat gone ; — worse than meeting it in the wide fiord. What was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to do nothing, — to lie perfectly still in the shadow, ready, however, to push out on the first... "
Feats on the Fiord: A Tale - Page 119
by Harriet Martineau - 1841 - 375 pages
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The Living Age ..., Volume 19

1848
...Oddo himself wondered, till he recalled how the sun was shining down into the chasm at the time. By starlight, the outline of all that the cove contained...remain unnoticed at present, it was impossible that anybody could pass out of the cove without seeing her. In such a case, there would be nothing for it...
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The Living Age, Volume 19

1848
...What was to be done now ? Here was the very worst danger that Erica had feared ; — worse than fmding the boat gone ; — worse than meeting it in the wide...remain unnoticed at present, it was impossible that anybody could pass out of the cove without seeing her. Iť such a case, there would be nothing for...
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The Billow and the Rock: A Tale

Harriet Martineau - English fiction - 1846 - 216 pages
...Oddo himself wondered, till he recalled how the sun was shining down into the chasm at the time. By starlight, the outline of all that the cove contained...remain unnoticed at present, it was impossible that anybody could pass out of the cove without seeing her. In such a case, there would be nothing for it...
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Feats on the Fiord: A Tale of Norway

Harriet Martineau - 1846 - 232 pages
...men in her. What was to be done now ? Here was the very worst danger that Erica had feared;—worse than finding the boat gone ;—worse than meeting...was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to do nothing,—to lie perfectly still in the shadow, ready, however, to push out on the first movement...
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The History of Pendennis: His Fortunes and Misfortunes, His ..., Parts 1-12

William Makepeace Thackeray - Electronic books - 1849 - 372 pages
...of a card, and asking what was to be done, and whether such debts were not monstrous, preposterous ? What was to be done ? — There was nothing for it but to pay. Wenham and tho others told the Major of young men who owed twice as much — five times as much...
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Sea Nile: The Desert, and Nigritia: Travels in Company with Captain Peel, R ...

Joseph H. Churi - Egypt - 1853 - 331 pages
...wind increased greatly and the oars could take no hold on the surging water. Barbar was in sight, and what was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to attack the Loban, and the sailors worked so hard that we reached Barbar at sunset. The Captain awaited...
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The Keepsake

Gift-books - 1855
...regrets and excuses, we were now informed that he could not insure safety, if required to proceed. What was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to retrace our steps towards a solitary house which lay a couple of miles below ; and the extraordinary...
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Life in the Old World: Or, Two Years in Switzerland and Italy, Volume 2

Fredrika Bremer - Italy - 1880
...negligent conductor of the railway train had forgotten to tell us when the line branched off for Sienna. What was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to remain at Pisa, until a train some hours later went thence to Sienna. But the sun shone; the functionaries...
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Two years in Switzerland and Italy, tr. [from Lifvet i gamla verden] by M ...

Fredrika Bremer - 1861
...negligent conductor of the railway train had forgotten to tell us when the line branched off for Sienna. What was to be done? There was nothing for it but to remain at Pisa, until a train some hours later went thence to Sienna. But the sun shone ; the functionaries...
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Feats on the Fiord

1865
...Oddo himself wondered, till he recalled how the sun was shining down into the chasm at the time. By starlight the outline of all that the cove contained...remain unnoticed at present, it was impossible that anybody could pass out of the cove without seeing her. In such a case, there would be nothing for it...
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