Beata

All Noun
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  • Beata's uncle was kind, but he had not much experience of children. Cited from Rosy, by Mrs. Molesworth
  • Beata decided it would be a good place to fish, so they got out their log-lines. Cited from Monitress Merle, by Angela Brazil
  • You will never have the heart to go Beata's way. Cited from Rosmersholm, by Henrik Ibsen
  • In a moment Beata was out of bed, for there was no doubt now whose voice it was. Cited from Rosy, by Mrs. Molesworth
  • Yes -- it was like a fight for life between Beata and me at that time. Cited from Rosmersholm, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Even while Beata was alive, it was you that I gave all my thoughts to. Cited from Rosmersholm, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Never hardly in all her life had Beata given way to anger as she had done that afternoon. Cited from Rosy, by Mrs. Molesworth
  • She did not tell Beata why she wanted it. Cited from Rosy, by Mrs. Molesworth
  • Because then I shall go the way Beata went. Cited from Rosmersholm, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Beata immediately organized what was considered the greatest success of Chinese presence in the whole of Europe at the time.
  • I had no right to it -- no right to it for Beata's sake. Cited from Rosmersholm, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Did not Beata see clearly enough, when she saw that you were going to fall away from your childhood's faith? Cited from Rosmersholm, by Henrik Ibsen
  • There is only one proof she can give -- that of "going the way Beata went." Cited from Play-Making, by William Archer
  • Go to your room and stay there, and you, Beata, go to yours. Cited from Rosy, by Mrs. Molesworth
  • Could you possibly take Beata at any rate! Cited from Monitress Merle, by Angela Brazil
  • She held out her hand, but to her surprise Beata still hung back, clinging to her uncle. Cited from Rosy, by Mrs. Molesworth
  • Beata liked sums, and did them more quickly than her other lessons. Cited from Rosy, by Mrs. Molesworth
  • Because as long as Beata lived I was still doubting and fighting with myself. Cited from Rosmersholm, by Henrik Ibsen
  • Beata sat up in bed to hear more clearly, and then amidst the crying she distinguished her own name. Cited from Rosy, by Mrs. Molesworth
  • So it was with a thankful little heart that Beata went to bed. Cited from Rosy, by Mrs. Molesworth
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