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1. I adieu him with jolly.
2. Adieu! and he was gone.
3. Adieu she to the matron said.
4. He did not say: Adieu, Cosette.
5. Adieu! tell no one of our meeting.
6. Adieu, Edmond, adieu, and thank you.
7. Zourine bade me an affectionate adieu.

8. Adieu, Peter Grineff, said Accoulina.
9. I saw her this morning, and bade her adieu.
10. Adieu! You will always have a faithful friend.
11. Okay, Vicky, bye! See you later, he adieu me.
12. Adieu! I also intend from this time to work on my own account.
13. And there was a last "adieu" divided into two words! "A Dieu!".
14. My whole platoon had landed at the station to bid me adieu, as.
15. Without turning, Van Thorn raised his hand in silent adieu and.
16. Adieu, my dear Gerard, and at your next journey alight at my door.
17. At this point, Lucy knew they would have to say adieu to the ship.
18. Now, adieu, my son, salaam Sahib, Khoda bunah rhukha (God preserve you).
19. In the meanwhile, adieu, since we have nothing more to do with one another.
20. At the conclusion of this evening’s festivities we will bid our honored guests adieu.
21. Bye! I too gave a final adieu to Shantanu’s mother, elder brother and elder sister.
22. You have asked the landlady, I suppose? Well, no matter!—Enough! Adieu, most affectionately.
23. Adieu, Sulphur Bottom! I can say nothing more that is true of ye, nor can the oldest Nantucketer.
24. Adieu, my noble and generous friend, adieu; I will go and tell Valentine what you have done for me.
25. No incantation of verse could make me believe that Joy's hand was forever at his lips bidding adieu.
26. And there was a last "adieu" divided into two words! "A Dieu!" which he thought in very excellent taste.
27. Gladdened by Roopa’s warm welcome, Raja Rao was saddened that he would have to bid her adieu the very next day.
28. With a half-grin, I made the doll’s little cloth hand bid the police, the doctors, the priests and Hadya a fond adieu.
29. He was attired as he had been on the previous evening, and waved his pocket-handkerchief to his guest in token of adieu.
30. But before they arrive, Promod breath his last breathe of his life with a mild smile; as he was adieu me- ‘goodbye mother.
31. Suddenly she seized his head between her hands, kissed him hurriedly on the forehead, crying, "Adieu!" and rushed down the stairs.
32. Adieu, Mary, said he gently to his sister, taking her by the hand and kissing her, and then he left the room with rapid steps.
33. As the horses were moving, he leaned out of the kibitka and said to me: Adieu, again, your lordship; perhaps we may meet once more.
34. The urn was floating on the waving water, circling with the eddy of water and it was towing and rowing all the way as giving me its final adieu.
35. Adieu, then, Edmond; I have nothing more to ask of heaven—I have seen you again, and have found you as noble and as great as formerly you were.
36. For as the swift monster drags you deeper and deeper into the frantic shoal, you bid adieu to circumspect life and only exist in a delirious throb.
37. Heathcliff, grim and saturnine, on the one hand, and Hareton, absolutely dumb, on the other, I made a somewhat cheerless meal, and bade adieu early.
38. Among many other important considerations, remember, that moment you go to war, you may bid adieu to every prospect of discharging the national debt.
39. Oh, jolly's the word for aye! Adieu, Doubloon! But stop; here comes little King-Post; dodge round the try-works, now, and let's hear what he'll have to say.
40. I'll make no objection, he he! Adieu, though; I've stayed too long and there was no need to gossip so much! he added with some amiability, and he got up from the sofa.
41. If, in making foreign conquests, we would have his success, we must make use of his means, and then we may bid adieu to our former happy institutions, our laws, and our liberty.
42. Then it shall be Billy Boy for we are now friends, so till tomorrow Billy Boy adieu, and with these last words she walked away giving the guard a withering look as she passed him.
43. Once the harvest had been collected and work started to thin, I thanked the farm owner, bid adieu to my Polish colleagues and started back on the road to the coast and, eventually, home.
44. In a little time, however, the champion was fairly in with her, and had tied at all points the true lover's knot; when now, adieu all the little refinements of a finessed reluctance; adieu the.
45. After I had left the hospital and bid adieu to my best friend, it was like my vampire heart knew since I left home where my next destination would be, but my brain had refused to yield to the desire.
46. He swung it gravely, then handed it to Charles, who sank to his knees in the earth and threw in handfuls of it, crying, "Adieu!" He sent her kisses; he dragged himself towards the grave, to engulf himself with her.
47. Adieu! my dear sweet Fanny, this is a long letter from London: write me a pretty one in reply to gladden Henry's eyes, when he comes back, and send me an account of all the dashing young captains whom you disdain for his sake.
48. Adieu! my dear sweet Fanny, this is a long letter from London: write me a pretty one in reply to gladden Henry’s eyes, when he comes back, and send me an account of all the dashing young captains whom you disdain for his sake.
49. When Eugenie and her mother reached the middle of the landing they kissed each other for good-night; then with a few words of adieu to Charles, cold upon the lips, but certainly very warm in the heart of the young girl, they withdrew into their own chambers.
50. She wrote to inform her brother of the probable conclusion of a four-months’ indisposition under which she had suffered, and entreated him to come to her, if possible; for she had much to settle, and she wished to bid him adieu, and deliver Linton safely into his hands.
51. Marianne, few as had been her hours of comfort in London, and eager as she had long been to quit it, could not, when it came to the point, bid adieu to the house in which she had for the last time enjoyed those hopes, and that confidence, in Willoughby, which were now extinguished for ever, without great pain.
52. He had not wept like Edgar that last moonlit night when they said, "To-morrow! tomorrow!" The theatre rang with cheers; they recommenced the entire movement; the lovers spoke of the flowers on their tomb, of vows, exile, fate, hopes; and when they uttered the final adieu, Emma gave a sharp cry that mingled with the vibrations of the last chords.
53. I held no communication with him: still, I was conscious of his design to enter, if he could; and on the Tuesday, a little after dark, when my master, from sheer fatigue, had been compelled to retire a couple of hours, I went and opened one of the windows; moved by his perseverance to give him a chance of bestowing on the faded image of his idol one final adieu.
54. I held no communication with him; still, I was conscious of his design to enter, if he could; and on the Tuesday, a little after dark, when my master, from sheer fatigue, had been compelled to retire a couple of hours, I went and opened one of the windows; moved by his perseverance, to give him a chance of bestowing on the faded image of his idol one final adieu.
55. But a young man, who, instead of applying to trade or to some profession, should employ a capital of two or three thousand pounds in the purchase and cultivation of a small piece of land, might indeed expect to live very happily and very independently, but must bid adieu for ever to all hope of either great fortune or great illustration, which, by a different employment of his stock, he might have had the same chance of acquiring with other people.
56. Adieu! I cannot return you many thanks for the drive of yesterday; but, after all, I ought not to blame you for the misconduct of your horses, more especially as it procured me the pleasure of an introduction to the Count of Monte Cristo,—and certainly that illustrious personage, apart from the millions he is said to be so very anxious to dispose of, seemed to me one of those curiously interesting problems I, for one, delight in solving at any risk, even if it were to necessitate another drive to the Bois behind your horses.
57. You and Me / As well these / Have had past / Future as well; Clear are learned in their minds / Embodies selfsame spirit all one / From birth to death, in every birth; Spirit as entity hath no birth / How can thou kill what’s not born; What’s not real, it’s never been / And that’s true, it’s ever there / That’s how wise all came to see; Prima facie if thou feel / Subject Spirit is to rebirths / Why grieve over end of frame; Dies as one / For like rebirth / Why feel sad / Of what’s cyclic; Isn’t thy lament over that / Un-manifested to start with / Gets manifested just as guest / And bids adieu in due course, and, Dies not Spirit as die beings / What for then man tends to grieve.
58. To the young girl he said adieu,.
59. Adieu, thou witness of our glory,.
60. Adieu! thou home where peace abides,.
61. Without taking adieu, he left Father's house,.

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