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1  Carol picked at Kennicott's sleeve.
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2  "Pleased to meet you," stated Dr. Kennicott.
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3  Kennicott was closeted in his detective story.
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4  Kennicott stooped to peer through the windows.
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5  They were Dr. Will Kennicott and his bride, Carol.
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6  Only to the eyes of a Kennicott was it exceptional.
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7  Kennicott turned her face from the window, rested her head on his shoulder.
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8  She followed Kennicott and the bobbing ends of the two bags which he carried.
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9  Kennicott sounded doubtful for the first time since he had come back to his own.
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10  Dr. Kennicott launched into a heavy, "Oh, these Dutch farmers don't want sympathy."
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11  Let's make it all that those old boys dreamed about, the unsentimental Kennicott was moved to vow.
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12  She sat with closed eyes, longing to push past Kennicott, hide somewhere in the train, flee on toward the Pacific.
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13  Of the love-making of Carol and Will Kennicott there is nothing to be told which may not be heard on every summer evening, on every shadowy block.
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14  From the cliffs across the river Carol and Kennicott looked back at St. Paul on its hills; an imperial sweep from the dome of the cathedral to the dome of the state capitol.
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15  He herded her to a sofa with Dr. Kennicott, who was rather vague about the eyes, rather drooping of bulky shoulder, as though he was wondering what he was expected to do next.
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16  But she came out of it unwillingly, and when Kennicott was satisfied that he had corrected all her worries and had opened a magazine of saffron detective stories, she sat upright.
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17  They walked from St. Paul down the river to Mendota, Kennicott more elastic-seeming in a cap and a soft crepe shirt, Carol youthful in a tam-o'-shanter of mole velvet, a blue serge suit with an absurdly and agreeably broad turn-down linen collar, and frivolous ankles above athletic shoes.
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