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1  Bob shook his head, smiling slowly.
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  In Chapter 4
2  And then I finally realized it was Bob.
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  In Chapter 11
3  I knew it was Bob when you told me the story.
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  In Chapter 8
4  Bob had told her he'd fix us for picking up his girl.
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  In Chapter 7
5  It was Randy and Bob and three other Socs, and they recognized us.
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  In Chapter 4
6  Then I leaned back and closed my eyes so I wouldn't see Bob lying there.
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  In Chapter 4
7  But she also meant she wouldn't go see Johnny because he had killed Bob.
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  In Chapter 8
8  Maybe that was what Bob would have done if it had been Randy instead of him.
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  In Chapter 8
9  Bob, the handsome Soc, was lying there in the moonlight, doubled up and still.
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  In Chapter 4
10  So Cherry Valance, the cheerleader, Bob's girl, the Soc, was trying to help us.
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  In Chapter 6
11  I know I'm too young to be in love and all that, but Bob was something special.
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  In Chapter 8
12  And I've still got to go to court and talk to the police about Bob's getting killed.
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  In Chapter 10
13  I knew Johnny recognized them; he was watching the moonlight glint off Bob's rings with huge eyes.
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  In Chapter 4
14  It wasn't Johnny's fault Bob was a booze-hound and Cherry went for boys who were bound for trouble.
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  In Chapter 8
15  It was their fault Bob was dead; their fault Johnny was dying; their fault Soda and I might get put in a boys' home.
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  In Chapter 7
16  The picture didn't look a whole lot like the Bob I remembered, but nobody ever looks a whole lot like his picture in a yearbook anyway.
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  In Chapter 11
17  They had interviewed Cherry Valance, and she said Bob had been drunk and that the boys had been looking for a fight when they took her home.
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  In Chapter 7
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