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  • I read your impa-tience, Sir: we will make but a very short break — fasting.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • They afterwards shewed Sir Charles, it seems, every scene of my distress; and told him, and the gentlemen, all but Sir Hargrave (who had not pa-tience to hear it, and went into another room) my whole sad story.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • The daughters are remarkable for their piety, pa-tience, good jjeconomy, and prudence.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Jonas, accompanied by a silent guest, sat playing Chancellors 'Pa-tience at Coral's table to the left of the batwing doors.

    Wizard and Glass

  • The robots operating here were low grade, possessing no sen - tience; as long as he did not interfere with them, they had no awareness of his presence.

    Unicorn Point

  • Farree found that impa - tience was a hard goad to elude.

    Flight in Yiktor

  • "Get me to the surface, any - where by the curtain!" he snapped, in a fever of impa - tience to reach the West Pole.

    Juxtaposition

  • Stormbringer was more than an ordi - nary battle-blade, this he had known for years, but now he realised that it was possessed of more sen - tience than he had imagined.

    The Weird Of The White Wolf

  • Elric's obsession was burning within him and he was filled with impa - tience -- certain that he would find, at last, the ulti - mate truth of existence in the Dead Gods 'Book.

    The Weird Of The White Wolf

  • She must hold on to pa - tience as if it were a safety line.

    Breed to Come

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