1. But shehadn't been standing there for a couple of seconds when she heard a well-known voice behind her.
2. Meanwhile, however, thingshadn't been going well.
3. Hehadn't been playing-he had been played with.
4. The fact was, however, that she was always dreaming and thinking odd things and could not herself remember any time when shehadn't been thinking things about grown-up people and the world they belonged to.
5. While they were driving he notice-never did; thinking of far things or of nothing-but now he saw!
6. Matters at home pleasantly.
7. In the first place he the attention that he had expected.
8. Jack sat up in bed and rubbed his eyes to be sure that he.
9. For all that, he entirely for his farm.
10. But we this long when a terrible thing happened.
11. He there half a minute, when along came two boys and a girl.
12. I thought you told me that you much this season?
13. She, partly from anxiety about herself, partly about the boy.
14. We long in 1904 before we found that the problem of equilibrium had not as yet been entirely solved.
15. It startled her, for she for it.
16. If I in the garden, very likely he might have died.
17. It would all have been great fun if people each other so near.
18. It there last night when he dropped asleep: to that he could take his oath.
19. Why, that that pipe so very long when I found it!
20. He actually at her side all the morning.