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1  Steve was looking at Dally's hand.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 1
2  I liked Steve only because he was Soda's best friend.
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  In Chapter 1
3  We were walking because we had left Steve's car at the station.
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  In Chapter 2
4  When Steve's cousin from Kansas came down, Dally was decent to her and watched his swearing.
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5  Steve closed his eyes for a second and muffled a groan as he dropped on his knees beside Soda.
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6  I'd never tell Soda, because he really likes Steve a lot, but sometimes I can't stand Steve Randle.
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  In Chapter 1
7  Steve Randle was seventeen, tall and lean, with thick greasy hair he kept combed in complicated swirls.
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8  "Looks like Johnny forgot his jacket," Steve said, slinging it over his shoulder to take it by Johnny's house.
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9  Whether that was because Steve was so good with cars or because Soda attracted girls like honey draws flies, I couldn't tell you.
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  In Chapter 1
10  If it had been me, or Two-Bit, or Soda or Steve, or anyone but Johnny, Dally would have flattened him without a moment's hesitation.
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  In Chapter 2
11  We were passing it, kicking rocks down the street and finishing our last bottle of Pepsi, when Steve noticed something lying on the ground.
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  In Chapter 2
12  He and Soda worked at the same gas station--- Steve part time and Soda full time--- and their station got more customers than any other in town.
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13  Two-Bit or Steve or even Soda would have gone right along with him, just to see if they could embarrass the girls, but that kind of kicks just doesn't appeal to me.
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  In Chapter 2
14  He didn't like me--- he thought I was a tag-along and a kid; Soda always took me with them when they went places if they weren't taking girls, and that bugged Steve.
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  In Chapter 1
15  I can understand why Sodapop and Steve get into drag races and fights so much, though--- both of them have too much energy, too much feeling, with no way to blow it off.
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  In Chapter 1
16  I had walked down to the DX station to get a bottle of pop and to see Steve and Soda, because they'll always buy me a couple of bottles and let me help work on the cars.
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  In Chapter 2
17  I glanced around for a pop bottle or a stick or something--- Steve Randle, Soda's best buddy, had once held off four guys with a busted pop bottle--- but there was nothing.
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  In Chapter 1
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