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1  A dog, a woman, an a walnut tree.
The Red Badge of Courage By Stephen Crane
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2  The noise of firing dogged their footsteps.
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3  The guns, stolid and undaunted, spoke with dogged valor.
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4  A rolling gray cloud again interposed as the regiment doggedly replied.
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5  In a dogged way he repelled them, signing to them to go on and leave him alone.
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6  He developed the acute exasperation of a pestered animal, a well-meaning cow worried by dogs.
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7  When, however, they began to pass into a new region, his old fears of stupidity and incompetence reassailed him, but this time he doggedly let them babble.
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8  When the enemy seemed falling back before him and his fellows, he went instantly forward, like a dog who, seeing his foes lagging, turns and insists upon being pursued.
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9  There loomed the dogging memory of the tattered soldier--he who, gored by bullets and faint of blood, had fretted concerning an imagined wound in another; he who had loaned his last of strength and intellect for the tall soldier; he who, blind with weariness and pain, had been deserted in the field.
The Red Badge of Courage By Stephen Crane
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