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1  But I am sure he would have confidence.
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2  His hope and his confidence had never gone.
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3  "You better be fearless and confident yourself, old man," he said.
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4  The old man looked at him with his sun-burned, confident loving eyes.
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5  But he was such a calm, strong fish and he seemed so fearless and so confident.
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6  But not much money was bet and he had won it quite easily since he had broken the confidence of the negro from Cienfuegos in the first match.
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7  But I must have confidence and I must be worthy of the great DiMaggio who does all things perfectly even with the pain of the bone spur in his heel.
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8  He was still bearing the pull of the fish across his shoulders but he placed his left hand on the gunwale of the bow and confided more and more of the resistance to the fish to the skiff itself.
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9  As the sun set he remembered, to give himself more confidence, the time in the tavern at Casablanca when he had played the hand game with the great negro from Cienfuegos who was the strongest man on the docks.
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