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1  I pointed to the Time Machine and to myself.
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2  For a moment I felt that I had built the Time Machine in vain.
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3  The Time Machine was left deserted on the turf among the rhododendrons.
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4  But, as you know, I wanted the Time Machine, and I tried him once more.
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5  I think that at that time none of us quite believed in the Time Machine.
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6  I turned frantically to the Time Machine, and strove hard to readjust it.
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7  It took no very great mental effort to infer that my Time Machine was inside that pedestal.
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8  But I made a sudden motion to warn them when I saw their little pink hands feeling at the Time Machine.
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9  So that it was the Psychologist himself who sent forth the model Time Machine on its interminable voyage.
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10  I felt assured that the Time Machine was only to be recovered by boldly penetrating these underground mysteries.
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11  Then, again, about the Time Machine: something, I knew not what, had taken it into the hollow pedestal of the White Sphinx.
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12  'I feel assured it's this business of the Time Machine,' I said, and took up the Psychologist's account of our previous meeting.
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13  I associated them in some indefinite way with the white animal I had startled in my first passionate search for the Time Machine.
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14  I told some of you last Thursday of the principles of the Time Machine, and showed you the actual thing itself, incomplete in the workshop.
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15  Hitherto, except during my night's anguish at the loss of the Time Machine, I had felt a sustaining hope of ultimate escape, but that hope was staggered by these new discoveries.
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16  When I had started with the Time Machine, I had started with the absurd assumption that the men of the Future would certainly be infinitely ahead of ourselves in all their appliances.
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17  I determined to put the thought of my Time Machine and the mystery of the bronze doors under the sphinx as much as possible in a corner of memory, until my growing knowledge would lead me back to them in a natural way.
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