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L3. Her sensitive little face flushed suddenly scarlet and embarrassment sat on her brow.

M3. Anne gave herself up to a (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)silent(end superscript) rapture over the shore road, and Marilla guided the sorrel abstractedly, while she pondered deeply.

N3. their spirits quite unbroken by long years of tussle with the gulf winds, grew thickly. On the left were the steep red sandstone cliffs, so near the track in places that a mare of less steadiness than the sorrel might have tried the nerves of the people behind her.

O3 I enjoyed every moment of that day, even if I had to look after the children all the time[.]