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1  The noise increased as he looked.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
Get Context   In CHAPTER XLVIII
2  The clock struck ten, increasing her impatience.
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3  The vendor observing this, increased in loquacity.
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4  The gleam of lights increased; the footsteps came more thickly and noisily on.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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5  And notwithstanding a offered reward of ten pound, which was afterwards increased to twenty pound.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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6  Having bestowed a scowl upon the object of this warning, to increase its effect, Mr. Sikes continued.
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7  The terrible events of the last two days had made a deep impression on all three, increased by the danger and uncertainty of their own position.
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8  As they approached the City, the noise and traffic gradually increased; when they threaded the streets between Shoreditch and Smithfield, it had swelled into a roar of sound and bustle.
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9  Believe me, I make this request with good reason, for I might otherwise excite hopes destined never to be realised, and only increase difficulties and disappointments already quite numerous enough.
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10  After Mr. Losberne had fixed a day for his departure to Chertsey, these symptoms increased; and it became evident that something was in progress which affected the peace of the young lady, and of somebody else besides.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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11  It was rather expensive at first, in consequence of the increase in the undertaker's bill, and the necessity of taking in the clothes of all the paupers, which fluttered loosely on their wasted, shrunken forms, after a week or two's gruel.
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12  As that day closed in, the girl's excitement increased; and, when night came on, and she sat by, watching until the housebreaker should drink himself asleep, there was an unusual paleness in her cheek, and a fire in her eye, that even Sikes observed with astonishment.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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13  At first, he was pleased with the discovery: hoping that it might be the forerunner of his release; but such thoughts were quickly dispelled, on his sitting down to breakfast along with the Jew, who told him, in a tone and manner which increased his alarm, that he was to be taken to the residence of Bill Sikes that night.
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14  They went on, in profound silence; every now and then, Mr. Bumble relaxed his pace, and turned his head as if to make sure that his helpmate was following; then, discovering that she was close at his heels, he mended his rate of walking, and proceeded, at a considerable increase of speed, towards their place of destination.
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15  The snow lay on the ground, frozen into a hard thick crust, so that only the heaps that had drifted into byways and corners were affected by the sharp wind that howled abroad: which, as if expending increased fury on such prey as it found, caught it savagely up in clouds, and, whirling it into a thousand misty eddies, scattered it in air.
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16  Mr. Bumble, who had not yet been admitted by his better half into any greater share of the secret than he had originally possessed, listened to this dialogue with outstretched neck and distended eyes: which he directed towards his wife and Monks, by turns, in undisguised astonishment; increased, if possible, when the latter sternly demanded, what sum was required for the disclosure.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVIII