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Notice these expressions in the text. Infer their meanings from the context.

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in great dread of - fearful in anticipation of something  

counted on - to rely or trust on somebody/something  

thumbed at the edges - worn or soiled edges caused by frequent handling  

in unison - something happening or being done at the same time  

a great bustle - an excited (and often noisy) activity or a rapid, active commotion  

reproach ourselves with - to express disapproval, criticism, or disappointment

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