By George Eliot
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Quietly: paisiblement, tranquillement, de manière calme, de façon calme, calmement. served: servit, servîtes, servis, servîmes, servirent, servi, desservis, desservit, desservîtes, desservîmes, desservi. thin: mince, maigre, fin. turns: tourne, change, retourne, dévie. vision: vision, vue. wandering: errant, vaguant, vagabond, errance, nomade. yearns: soupire, languit. George Eliot 35 that the younger women marry, bear children, guide the house, give none occasion to the adversary to speak reproachfully'; and then 'two are better than one'; and that holds good with marriage as well as with other things.
I trusted as the strong love God has given me towards you was a leading for us both; but it seems it was only meant for my trial. Perhaps I feel more for you than I ought to feel for any creature, for I often can't help saying of you what the hymn says— In darkest shades if she appear, My dawning is begun; She is my soul's bright morning-star, And she my rising sun. That may be wrong, and I am to be taught better. " French abundantly: abondamment, largement, de manière abondante, de façon abondante.
For when anybody's well off, they don't much mind about hearing news from distant parts; but if a poor man or woman's in trouble and has hard work to make out a living, they like to have a letter to tell 'em they've got a friend as will help 'em. To be sure, we can't help knowing something about God, even if we've never heard the Gospel, the good news that our Saviour brought us. For we know everything comes from God: don't you say almost every day, 'This and that will happen, please God,' and 'We shall begin to cut the grass soon, please God to send us a little more sunshine'?