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1  Mary said she had been affected much the same way.
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer By Mark Twain
Get Context   In CHAPTER XI
2  Sid snuffled a bit and Mary went off crying with all her heart.
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3  A little shamefaced girl lisped, "Mary had a little lamb," etc.
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4  But she fled upstairs, nevertheless, with Sid and Mary at her heels.
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5  Aunt Polly was tender far beyond her wont, in her goodnight to Sid and Mary.
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6  Sid was sick and had to miss the fun; Mary remained at home to entertain him.
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7  He could hear Mary crying, and putting in a kindly word for him from time to time.
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8  There sat Aunt Polly, Sid, Mary, and Joe Harper's mother, grouped together, talking.
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9  At breakfast, Monday morning, Aunt Polly and Mary were very loving to Tom, and very attentive to his wants.
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10  He hoped that Mary would forget his shoes, but the hope was blighted; she coated them thoroughly with tallow, as was the custom, and brought them out.
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11  Mary gave him a brand-new "Barlow" knife worth twelve and a half cents; and the convulsion of delight that swept his system shook him to his foundations.
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12  The Thatchers were there, the Harpers, the Rogerses, Aunt Polly, Sid, Mary, the minister, the editor, and a great many more, and all dressed in their best.
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13  Mary took him in hand, and when she was done with him he was a man and a brother, without distinction of color, and his saturated hair was neatly brushed, and its short curls wrought into a dainty and symmetrical general effect.
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14  Aunt Polly, Mary, and the Harpers threw themselves upon their restored ones, smothered them with kisses and poured out thanksgivings, while poor Huck stood abashed and uncomfortable, not knowing exactly what to do or where to hide from so many unwelcoming eyes.
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15  The latter third of the speech was marred by the resumption of fights and other recreations among certain of the bad boys, and by fidgetings and whisperings that extended far and wide, washing even to the bases of isolated and incorruptible rocks like Sid and Mary.
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16  There was finally a waiting pause, an expectant dumbness, and then Aunt Polly entered, followed by Sid and Mary, and they by the Harper family, all in deep black, and the whole congregation, the old minister as well, rose reverently and stood until the mourners were seated in the front pew.
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17  Mary gave him a tin basin of water and a piece of soap, and he went outside the door and set the basin on a little bench there; then he dipped the soap in the water and laid it down; turned up his sleeves; poured out the water on the ground, gently, and then entered the kitchen and began to wipe his face diligently on the towel behind the door.
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