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1  But it warn't Old Orlick as did it; it was you.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
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2  You was always in Old Orlick's way since ever you was a child.
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3  "Well then, as to Old Orlick, he's a going up town," retorted that worthy.
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4  Old Orlick growled, as if he had nothing to say about that, and we all went on together.
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5  There's them that's as good a match for your uncle Provis as Old Orlick has been for you.
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6  There was a song Joe used to hum fragments of at the forge, of which the burden was Old Clem.
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7  A score or so of years ago, that woman was tried at the Old Bailey for murder, and was acquitted.
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8  I was very hot indeed upon Old Orlick's daring to admire her; as hot as if it were an outrage on myself.
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9  Old Barley was growling and swearing when we repassed his door, with no appearance of having ceased or of meaning to cease.
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10  It was called Mill Pond Bank, Chinks's Basin; and I had no other guide to Chinks's Basin than the Old Green Copper Rope-walk.
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11  This was not a very ceremonious way of rendering homage to a patron saint, but I believe Old Clem stood in that relation towards smiths.
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12  It was a song that imitated the measure of beating upon iron, and was a mere lyrical excuse for the introduction of Old Clem's respected name.
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13  It was Old London Bridge in those days, and at certain states of the tide there was a race and fall of water there which gave it a bad reputation.
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14  She really was a most charming girl, and might have passed for a captive fairy, whom that truculent Ogre, Old Barley, had pressed into his service.
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15  Old Barley might be as old as the hills, and might swear like a whole field of troopers, but there were redeeming youth and trust and hope enough in Chinks's Basin to fill it to overflowing.
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16  Not that he ever said anything, or did anything, openly importing hostility; I only noticed that he always beat his sparks in my direction, and that whenever I sang Old Clem, he came in out of time.
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17  When I had taken leave of the pretty, gentle, dark-eyed girl, and of the motherly woman who had not outlived her honest sympathy with a little affair of true love, I felt as if the Old Green Copper Ropewalk had grown quite a different place.
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