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1  "You're not sick," said Mildred.
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2  "You can't be sick," said Mildred.
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3  Mildred fiddled with the telephone.
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4  "Her," said Mildred in the dark room.
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5  Mildred stood over his bed, curiously.
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6  Mildred said, "Well, now you've done it."
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7  Late in the night he looked over at Mildred.
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8  At nine in the morning, Mildred's bed was empty.
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9  Mildred watched the toast delivered to her plate.
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10  "This is the day you go on the early shift," said Mildred.
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11  No matter when he came in, the walls were always talking to Mildred.
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12  Mildred arose and began to move around the room, picking things up and putting them down.
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13  It was suddenly more important than any other thing in a lifetime that he know where he had met Mildred.
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14  There had been no night in the last two years that Mildred had not swum that sea, had not gladly gone down in it for the third time.
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15  But that was another Mildred, that was a Mildred so deep inside this one, and so bothered, really bothered, that the two women had never met.
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16  There had been a time two years ago when he had bet with the best of them, and lost a week's salary and faced Mildred's insane anger, which showed itself in veins and blotches.
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17  One, two, three, four, five, Clarisse, Mildred, uncle, fire, sleeping tablets, men, disposable tissue, coattails, blow, wad, flush, Clarisse, Mildred, uncle, fire, tablets, tissues, blow, wad, flush.
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18  Montag made sure the book was well hidden behind the pillow, climbed slowly back into bed, arranged the covers over his knees and across his chest, half-sitting, and after a while Mildred moved and went out of the room and Captain Beatty strolled in, his hands in his pockets.
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19  And if it was not the three walls soon to be four walls and the dream complete, then it was the open car and Mildred driving a hundred miles an hour across town, he shouting at her and she shouting back and both trying to hear what was said, but hearing only the scream of the car.
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20  Montag moved back to his own house, left the window wide, checked Mildred, tucked the covers about her carefully, and then lay down with the moonlight on his cheekbones and on the frowning ridges in his brow, with the moonlight distilled in each eye to form a silver cataract there.
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