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1  And then there's Badger, of course.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER I. THE RIVER BANK
2  Oh, Badger," cried the Rat, "let us in, please.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
3  The Badger went through a bit of hard thinking.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
4  The Mole had long wanted to make the acquaintance of the Badger.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER III. THE WILD WOOD
5  "Here, you two youngsters be off home to your mother," said the Badger kindly.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
6  "Well, it's time we were all in bed," said the Badger, getting up and fetching flat candlesticks.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
7  At one end of it, where an arm-chair stood pushed back, were spread the remains of the Badger's plain but ample supper.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
8  When at last they were thoroughly toasted, the Badger summoned them to the table, where he had been busy laying a repast.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
9  One of these the Badger flung open, and at once they found themselves in all the glow and warmth of a large fire-lit kitchen.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
10  The kindly Badger thrust them down on a settle to toast themselves at the fire, and bade them remove their wet coats and boots.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
11  The Badger did not mind that sort of thing at all, nor did he take any notice of elbows on the table, or everybody speaking at once.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
12  The hedgehogs, who were just beginning to feel hungry again after their porridge, and after working so hard at their frying, looked timidly up at Mr. Badger, but were too shy to say anything.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
13  The Badger, who wore a long dressing-gown, and whose slippers were indeed very down at heel, carried a flat candlestick in his paw and had probably been on his way to bed when their summons sounded.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
14  A plate of fried ham had just been cleared and sent back for more, when the Badger entered, yawning and rubbing his eyes, and greeted them all in his quiet, simple way, with kind enquiries for every one.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
15  The animals well knew that Badger, having eaten a hearty breakfast, had retired to his study and settled himself in an arm-chair with his legs up on another and a red cotton handkerchief over his face, and was being "busy" in the usual way at this time of the year.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
16  In accordance with the kindly Badger's injunctions, the two tired animals came down to breakfast very late next morning, and found a bright fire burning in the kitchen, and two young hedgehogs sitting on a bench at the table, eating oatmeal porridge out of wooden bowls.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
17  The reason was, of course, that he being naturally an underground animal by birth and breeding, the situation of Badger's house exactly suited him and made him feel at home; while the Rat, who slept every night in a bedroom the windows of which opened on a breezy river, naturally felt the atmosphere still and oppressive.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER IV. MR. BADGER
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