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1  Dorian Gray had not killed her.
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2  She had no right to kill herself.
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3  I swore I would kill you in return.
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4  "You have killed my love," he muttered.
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5  Yes," he cried, "you have killed my love.
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6  Sibyl Vane's brother had not come back to kill him.
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7  It would kill the past, and when that was dead, he would be free.
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8  The poor chap was killed in a duel at Spa a few months after the marriage.
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9  As it had killed the painter, so it would kill the painter's work, and all that that meant.
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10  As it had killed the painter, so it would kill the painter's work, and all that that meant.
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11  It would kill this monstrous soul-life, and without its hideous warnings, he would be at peace.
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12  Leonardus Camillus had seen a white stone taken from the brain of a newly killed toad, that was a certain antidote against poison.
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13  Choice is taken from them, and conscience is either killed, or, if it lives at all, lives but to give rebellion its fascination and disobedience its charm.
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14  Don't forget that you will have only one child now to look after, and believe me that if this man wrongs my sister, I will find out who he is, track him down, and kill him like a dog.
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15  He winced at the memory of all that he had suffered, and for a moment the same curious feeling of loathing for Basil Hallward that had made him kill him as he sat in the chair came back to him, and he grew cold with passion.
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16  Dim and wavering as was the wind-blown light, yet it served to show him the hideous error, as it seemed, into which he had fallen, for the face of the man he had sought to kill had all the bloom of boyhood, all the unstained purity of youth.
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17  But it appeared to Dorian Gray that the true nature of the senses had never been understood, and that they had remained savage and animal merely because the world had sought to starve them into submission or to kill them by pain, instead of aiming at making them elements of a new spirituality, of which a fine instinct for beauty was to be the dominant characteristic.
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