（1） One day, while out on the bleak moors, Pip is startled by a hulking, menacing man who threatens him if he does not bring him some food immediately.
（2） All this had come to an end in 1905 when the medical mission was dissolved and several of Mother’s colleagues were killed in the uprising.
（1） Suddenly the door bursts open and the Time Traveler appears, dirty, disheveled, and bedraggled, with a nasty cut on his chin.
（2） The boy and the woman were already seated by spread table-cloth when the man came down to them, dressed in his business suit and vest and tie and hat as if he expected to meet someone along the way.
（1） She is intelligent, ambitious and hard-working. She is also good at solving problems.
（2） The door was unlocked. She went inside and sat in a stupor. She was near collapse, barely able to move her swollen feet.
（3） I pulled up a chair and sat down. I sat with my legs wide apart at first. But this struck me as being irreverent and too familiar. So I put my knees together and let my hands rest loosely on them.
（1） We are going to have to be prepared to operate with people who are nuts.
（2） And he found himself trying to suppress a bitterness that was soul-destroying.
（3） Many people have married whose chances to do so were much inferior to Miss Martha’s.
（4） The diagnosis seems in every case to correspond exactly with all the sensations that I have ever felt.