1 Syme's fate was not difficult to foresee.
2 'A very inadequate substitute,' said Syme.
3 There was something subtly wrong with Syme.
4 As they halted he turned and faced Syme again.
5 Syme was a philologist, a specialist in Newspeak.
6 'It was a good hanging,' said Syme reminiscently.
7 Syme, however, had divined what he was about to say.
8 In an intellectual way, Syme was venomously orthodox.
9 Winston and Syme pushed their trays beneath the grille.
10 Unquestionably Syme will be vaporized, Winston thought again.
11 It was his friend Syme, who worked in the Research Department.
12 'There's a table over there, under that telescreen,' said Syme.
13 Nevertheless Syme immediately detected a certain lack of enthusiasm.
14 One of these days, thought Winston with sudden deep conviction, Syme will be vaporized.
15 There is a word in Newspeak,' said Syme, 'I don't know whether you know it: DUCKSPEAK, to quack like a duck.
16 Syme had fallen silent for a moment, and with the handle of his spoon was tracing patterns in the puddle of stew.
17 He thought it with a kind of sadness, although well knowing that Syme despised him and slightly disliked him, and was fully capable of denouncing him as a thought-criminal if he saw any reason for doing so.
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