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He was presenting the sort of resistance that was the most irritating to Arthur's eager him ardent nature

For Dinah had that belief in visible manifestations of Jesus, which is common among the Methodists, and she communicated it irresistibly to her hearers: which she made them feel that he was among them bodily, and might at any moment show himself to them in some way that would strike anguish and penitence into their hearts

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