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1  He was for moments turned to stone before it.
The Red Badge of Courage By Stephen Crane
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2  They used stones sticks, earth, and anything they thought might turn a bullet.
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3  The noises of the battle were like stones; he believed himself liable to be crushed.
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4  The sight of this stampede exerted a floodlike force that seemed able to drag sticks and stones and men from the ground.
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5  He did not use care to avoid trees and branches, and his forgotten feet were constantly knocking against stones or getting entangled in briers.
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6  Presently he began to feel the effects of the war atmosphere--a blistering sweat, a sensation that his eyeballs were about to crack like hot stones.
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7  The latter with calm faith began a heavy explanation, although he had been compelled to leave a little protection of stones and dirt to which he had devoted much care and skill.
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8  And he had not raised his voice when he had been ordered away from three little protective piles of earth and stone, each of which had been an engineering feat worthy of being made sacred to the name of his grandmother.
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