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1  "Shall if I like," growled Orlick.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
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2  "A good night for cutting off in," said Orlick.
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3  Either Orlick, or the strange man who had shown me the file.
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4  Now, Joe kept a journeyman at weekly wages whose name was Orlick.
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5  Orlick, with his hands in his pockets, slouched heavily at my side.
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6  "Well then, as to Old Orlick, he's a going up town," retorted that worthy.
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7  Dolge Orlick was at work and present, next day, when I reminded Joe of my half-holiday.
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8  "You'd be everybody's master, if you durst," retorted Orlick, with an ill-favored grin.
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9  Old Orlick growled, as if he had nothing to say about that, and we all went on together.
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10  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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11  When I became Joe's 'prentice, Orlick was perhaps confirmed in some suspicion that I should displace him; howbeit, he liked me still less.'
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12  Orlick, as if he had been of no more account than the pale young gentleman, was very soon among the coal-dust, and in no hurry to come out of it.
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13  I kept an eye on Orlick after that night, and, whenever circumstances were favorable to his dancing at Biddy, got before him to obscure that demonstration.
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14  When I came down again, I found Joe and Orlick sweeping up, without any other traces of discomposure than a slit in one of Orlick's nostrils, which was neither expressive nor ornamental.
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15  After that day, a day rarely passed without her drawing the hammer on her slate, and without Orlick's slouching in and standing doggedly before her, as if he knew no more than I did what to make of it.
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16  After well considering the matter while I was dressing at the Blue Boar in the morning, I resolved to tell my guardian that I doubted Orlick's being the right sort of man to fill a post of trust at Miss Havisham's.
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17  Now, as to Orlick; he had gone to town exactly as he told us when we picked him up at the turnpike, he had been seen about town all the evening, he had been in divers companies in several public-houses, and he had come back with myself and Mr. Wopsle.
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