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1  In three days he would be free.
The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde
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2  Two days ago I asked Sibyl to marry me.
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3  For days after I met you, something seemed to throb in my veins.
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4  Harry spends his days in saying what is incredible and his evenings in doing what is improbable.
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5  It was a knife that he had brought up, some days before, to cut a piece of cord, and had forgotten to take away with him.
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6  Don't squander the gold of your days, listening to the tedious, trying to improve the hopeless failure, or giving away your life to the ignorant, the common, and the vulgar.
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7  Well, after a few days the thing left my studio, and as soon as I had got rid of the intolerable fascination of its presence, it seemed to me that I had been foolish in imagining that I had seen anything in it, more than that you were extremely good-looking and that I could paint.
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8  Indeed, there were many, especially among the very young men, who saw, or fancied that they saw, in Dorian Gray the true realization of a type of which they had often dreamed in Eton or Oxford days, a type that was to combine something of the real culture of the scholar with all the grace and distinction and perfect manner of a citizen of the world.
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