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    1. Galeron and Jack had both come and gone from the upper floor, offering conversation to Em and solicitous concern for Kay’s health

    2. Then he looked sad and became immediately solicitous of our every need

    3. He was quiet and respectful and very solicitous

    4. He was to be to them a father, a harsh and brooding, but just and solicitous father

    5. Who has found out her place? And who has gone in to her treasures? Where are the princes of the nations and they who rule over the beasts that are on the Earth that take their diversion with the birds of the air? That hoard up silver and gold in which men trust and there is no end of their getting? who work in silver and are solicitous and their works are unsearchable

    6. Jesus answered and said to her Martha Martha you are solicitous and impatient on account of many things: but what is sought is one thing; But Mary has chosen for herself a good portion and that which shall not be taken from her

    7. "How fortunate I am to have a guardian—or is it warden?—so highly solicitous of my honor

    8. 8 Meeting a poor man who had been falsely accused, Jesus went with him before the magistrate and, having been granted special permission to appear in his behalf, made that superb address in the course of which he said: "Justice makes a nation great, and the greater a nation the more solicitous will it be to see that injustice shall not befall even its most humble citizen

    9. The mothers in these families tend to be deferential and solicitous of the needs of

    10. To superiors who were not solicitous for the salvation of those entrusted to them,

    11. In a solicitous manner, Mitchell stretched out his neck to read the print

    12. The cabbie, who had been so solicitous when Amy got into the cab, doesn’t do much more than throw Amy’s bags on the street after she pays him

    13. “Trick-or-Treat!” the cherubic monsters screamed to be fed, their menacing faces singing their solicitous ultimatum, as I opened the door to welcome their threat with the gifts they were expecting to be rewarded with for having dressed up in the I'mage of their demanding

    14. And He says: "There has now come to you a messenger of your own, one who grieves at your sinfulness and is solicitous over you, and to true believers, he is clement and merciful

    15. God described His messenger by saying that he was “…one who is solicitous over you and who is clement and merciful to true believers

    16. She steered Clayton toward the bar with a solicitous hand at his elbow

    17. Anna was talkative, pleasant and solicitous towards her

    18. I was surprised at his concern and his solicitous attitude

    19. Men are generally expected to show deference to their female dates, opening doors for them, assisting them and being solicitous to their needs

    20. From Sancho they took his coat, leaving him in his shirt-sleeves; and dividing among themselves the remaining spoils of the battle, they went each one his own way, more solicitous about keeping clear of the Holy Brotherhood they dreaded, than about burdening themselves with the chain, or going to present themselves before the lady Dulcinea del Toboso

    21. Every thing that the most zealous affection, the most solicitous care could do to render her comfortable, was the office of each watchful companion, and each found their reward in her bodily ease, and her calmness of spirits

    22. of this very young gentleman I had been so solicitous to save; but taken

    23. He’d be tender and solicitous

    24. Jesus Christ with His divine understanding of every cranny of our human nature, understood that all men were not called to the religious life, that by far the vast majority were forced to live in the world, and, to a certain extent, for the world: and in this sentence He designed to give them a word of counsel, setting before them as exemplars in the religious life those very worshippers of Mammon who were of all men the least solicitous in matters

    25. I had then just life enough to reach the green borders of the waterpiece, where wildly looking round for the young man, and missing him still, my fright and concern sunk me down in a deep swoon, which must have lasted me some time; for I did not come to myself, till I was roused out of it by a sense of pain that pierced me to the vitals, and awaked me to the the most surprising circumstance of finding myself not only in the arms of this very young gentleman I had been so solicitous to save; but taken at such an advantage in my

    26. The commander went on, becoming strangely solicitous

    27. Stepan Arkadyevitch, like all unfaithful husbands indeed, was very solicitous for his wife’s comfort, and he had himself looked over the house, and given instructions about everything that he considered necessary

    28. He looked with weary and melancholy eyes at the bride and bridegroom, sighed, and putting his right hand out from his vestment, blessed the bridegroom with it, and also with a shade of solicitous tenderness laid the crossed fingers on the bowed head of Kitty

    29. “Runs in the family, huh?” It was supposed to be a compliment, but came out too solicitous

    30. In fact, it had only aggravated their sense of betrayal, in that it let Daddy feel he was being more solicitous toward their feelings than he actually was

    31. She nursed him, she read to him, she anticipated his wants, and was solicitous about his feelings; but there had entered into the husband's mind the certainty that she judged him, and that her wifely devotedness was like a penitential expiation of unbelieving thoughts—was accompanied with a power of comparison by which himself and his doings were seen too luminously as a part of things in general

    32. We wait another forty-five minutes, Campbell solicitous (“Probably got hit with some last-minute deadline,” she says, and smiles toward good old John, who never lets last-minute deadlines interfere with his wife’s plans); Insley’s anger thawing toward her husband as she realizes he is only the second-biggest jackass of the group (“You sure he hasn’t even texted, sweetie?”)

    33. Why, Susannah, I have nothing but the most solicitous Care for your Mistress

    34. His manner was very solicitous

    35. He was as solicitous and as romantic as he could be, doing whatever he could think of to make the day festive

    36. Mack was instantly solicitous

    37. Maria was more to be pitied than Julia; for to her the father brought a husband, and the return of the friend most solicitous for her happiness would unite her to the lover, on whom she had chosen that happiness should depend

    38. Stepan Arkadyevitch, like all unfaithful husbands indeed, was very solicitous for his wife's comfort, and he had himself looked over the house, and given instructions about everything that he considered necessary

    39. " His tears in public that morning, in spite of a triumph of a sort, had put him, he knew, in rather a comic position, and there never was a man more solicitous of dignity and punctilio in his relations with his friends than Stepan Trofimovitch

    40. Otherwise, I do not doubt that the people at the Spring elections, will choose men solicitous to heal, by every means within their power, the wounds inflicted on the constitution

    41. Your memorialists conceive it unnecessary to detail the many reasons which might be adduced in support of their petition, but think it sufficient to say, that, as the people of this Territory are able to bear the expenses of a State Government with convenience to themselves, and at the same time will relieve the Government of the United States from the cares and expenses incident to the Territorial form of government; and that whatever views the form of government (under which they have, perhaps, not very patiently lived) for about twelve years, was formed, it is found from experience, to be unfriendly to republicanism; and is such a one as every American in heart is solicitous to be relieved from

    42. I consider the safety and independence of the several States, and the liberties of the people, inseparably connected with and dependent on the efficiency of the National Government, and it is to me unaccountable that gentlemen in favor of strong measures against foreign nations should be so solicitous to strip the General Government of this very essential part of its power

    43. He charmed her by his deferential escort across the platform; he protected the rustling silk of her skirt from any possible fleck of dirt as she mounted to her place; he was solicitous, as a gentleman should be, concerning the dust cloth, and deft as a footman in arranging it

    44. In his attentions he was quite solicitous, but it was a solicitude of custom—of custom to be, perhaps, as much as of custom that has been

    45. Sir: I have just learned the ultimate decision of my Lord Wellesley, relative to the appointment which I was desirous to obtain; and find that the subsisting relations between the two countries forbid the creating a new office in the United States, such as I was solicitous to obtain

    46. This black deed, without a battle, was consummated in the solicitous surrender of the brave corps which were hastening to his relief; these, too, were arrested and thrown back on the community, leaving the whole Western frontier exposed to savage inroad

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