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Vigorous: vigoureux. watching: regarder. whence: d'où. willows: saules. George Eliot 41 crying--but her broadly marked eyebrows are still black, her teeth are sound, and as she stands knitting rapidly and unconsciously with her work- hardened hands, she has as firmly upright an attitude as when she is carrying a pail of water on her head from the spring. % Family likeness has often a deep sadness in it. Nature, that great tragic dramatist, knits us together by bone and muscle, and divides us by the subtler web of our brains; blends yearning and repulsion; and ties us by our heartstrings to the beings that jar us at every movement.
Foolish: sot, idiot, stupide, abracadabrant, insensé. forgive: pardonner, pardonnes, pardonne, pardonnez, pardonnons, pardonnent, excuser, excusez, excusent, excuse, excusons. gathered: cueilli, ramassées, ramassai, ramassâmes, ramassée, rassemblé. glory: gloire, renommée, réputation. gospel: évangile. hanging: pendaison, suspension, suspendu, pendre, mise à la pente. hearing: entendant, audition, audience, ouïe, audition publique, oyant. heaven: ciel, paradis. raising: élevage. scarcely: à peine, de manière rare, de façon rare.
Filled: rempli, fourré. fix: fixer, fixes, fixe, fixent, fixez, fixons, attacher, réparer, déterminer, répare, réparent. hindrance: obstacle, entrave. invisible: invisible. joy: joie, allégresse. lighted: allumé. passing: passant, dépassement, écoulement, passage. pleased: content, satisfait, plu. reply: réponse, répondre, répliquer, réplique. shades: ombres. weak: faible, débile, lâche, mou. whenever: chaque fois que, toutes les fois que. George Eliot 37 "No, Seth; but I counsel you to wait patiently, and not lightly to leave your own country and kindred.
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