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1  "All right, Wilson," said the youth.
The Red Badge of Courage By Stephen Crane
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2  All ways seemed once more opened to them.
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3  "All right, colonel, all right," he said.
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4  All I want is some pea soup an a good bed.
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5  All you got to do is sit down and wait as quiet as you can.
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6  All his faculties seemed to be needed to guide him over and past obstructions.
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7  All to be seen was shame for captivity and regret for the right to antagonize.
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8  All about them were other small fires surrounded by men with their little black utensils.
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9  He desired to say, "All quiet on the Rappahannock," but the guns refused to permit even a comment upon their uproar.
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10  All attempts failed to bring forth any statement which looked in any way like a confession to those doubts which he privately acknowledged in himself.
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11  All the roarers and lashers served to help him to magnify the dangers and horrors of the engagement that he might try to prove to himself that the thing with which men could charge him was in truth a symmetrical act.
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