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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 history of Pendennis

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1850
...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 the others told the major of young men who owed twice as much — five times as much...
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South Pass, 1868: James Chisholm's Journal of the Wyoming Gold Rush

James Chisholm - History - 1975 - 244 pages
...world of trouble over this accident, for the valiant youth had fallen in love with the fair Jewess, and what was to be done? There was nothing for it but to bring him to life again, so we applied restoratives till in the end of the fourth act he was in a position...
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