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1  Curly always said you were a good kid.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 9
2  Even Curly, if he had been there, had turned fifteen, so he was older than me.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 9
3  Curly was an average downtown hood, tough and not real bright, but I liked him.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 9
4  I'd heard about reformatories from Curly Shepard and I didn't want to go to one at all.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 4
5  I suddenly remembered Curly Shepard's face when he slipped off a telephone pole and broke his arm.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 12
6  Just like Tim Shepard and Curly Shepard and the Brumly boys and the other guys we knew would die someday.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 10
7  They can't really do anything to guys like Curly Shepard or Tim; they've had about everything done to them.
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  In Chapter 5
8  He went on to call Curly every unprintable name under the sun--- in Tim's way of thinking, terms of affection.
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  In Chapter 9
9  are looking for whoever so kindly slashed their car's tires, and since Mr. Curly Shepard spotted Dallas doing it.
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  In Chapter 2
10  He had the right curly black hair, smoldering dark eyes, and a long scar from temple to chin where a tramp had belted him with a broken pop bottle.
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  In Chapter 9
11  Curly, who was a tough, cool, hard-as-nails Tim in miniature, and I had once played chicken by holding our cigarette ends against each other's fingers.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 9
12  I would have a yeller cur dog, like I used to, and Sodapop could get Mickey Mouse back and ride in all the rodeos he wanted to, and Darry would lose that cold, hard look and be like he used to be, eight months ago, before Mom and Dad were killed.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 3