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1  I was sick and Catherine was right.
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2  Catherine sat in a chair by the bed.
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3  Catherine Barkley showed them to me.
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4  I stood up, but it was not Catherine.
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5  "I wish we could go for a walk," Catherine said.
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6  After supper I would go and see Catherine Barkley.
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7  I would eat quickly and go and see Catherine Barkley.
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8  I saw Catherine Barkley coming down the hall, and stood up.
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9  We sat on the flat stone bench and I held Catherine Barkley's hand.
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10  I knew I did not love Catherine Barkley nor had any idea of loving her.
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11  Catherine Barkley took three nights off night duty and then she came back on again.
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12  I sat in the reception hail of the villa, waiting for Catherine Barkley to come down.
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13  I worried in the night about some one coming up but Catherine said they were all asleep.
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14  Catherine Barkley was greatly liked by the nurses because she would do night duty indefinitely.
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15  I never learned anything about her except that she had a brother in the Fifty-Second Division and a brother in Mesopotamia and she was very good to Catherine Barkley.
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16  I would like to eat at the Cova and then walk down the Via Manzoni in the hot evening and cross over and turn off along the canal and go to the hotel with Catherine Barkley.
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17  I had treated seeing Catherine very lightly, I had gotten somewhat drunk and had nearly forgotten to come but when I could not see her there I was feeling lonely and hollow.
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