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1  Maybe that was why Dallas was so bitter.
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  In Chapter 1
2  Dallas lit a cigarette and handed it to Johnny.
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  In Chapter 1
3  "I could fall in love with Dallas Winston," she said.
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  In Chapter 3
4  He ain't dangerous like Dallas if that's what you mean.
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  In Chapter 2
5  That's like saying all you greasers are like Dallas Winston.
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6  Some were afraid of us, and remembering Dallas Winston, I didn't blame them.
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  In Chapter 1
7  Dallas could talk awful dirty if he wanted to and I guess he wanted to then.
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  In Chapter 2
8  Dallas deserves everything he gets, and should get worse, if you want the truth.
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  In Chapter 1
9  If I had to pick the real character of the gang, it would be Dallas Winston--- Dally.
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  In Chapter 1
10  First of all, you didn't join in Dallas's dirty talk, and you made him leave us alone.
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  In Chapter 2
11  "I reckon," I said, wondering if I ought to tell Johnny what she had said about Dallas.
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  In Chapter 3
12  Besides that, I've heard about Dallas Winston, and he looked as hard as nails and twice as tough.
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  In Chapter 2
13  I wouldn't have felt so embarrassed if they had been greasy girls--- I might even have helped old Dallas.
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  In Chapter 2
14  are looking for whoever so kindly slashed their car's tires, and since Mr. Curly Shepard spotted Dallas doing it.
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15  It had taken more than nerve for him to say what he'd said to Dally--- Johnny worshiped the ground Dallas walked on, and I had never heard Johnny talk back to anyone, much less his hero.
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  In Chapter 2
16  Maybe Johnny could come and live with us, and the gang could come out on weekends, and maybe Dallas would see that there was some good in the world after all, and Mom would talk to him and make him grin in spite of himself.
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  In Chapter 3
17  Once, while Dallas was in reform school, Sylvia had started hanging on to Johnny and sweet talking him and Steve got hold of her and told her if she tried any of her tricks with Johnny he'd personally beat the tar out of her.
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  In Chapter 2
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