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1  Let us go down to the theatre.
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2  It was only in the theatre that I lived.
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3  I wish you could come to the theatre to-night.
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4  "Let us go to the theatre to-night," said Lord Henry.
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5  "Don't go to the theatre to-night, Dorian," said Hallward.
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6  "I should like to come to the theatre with you, Lord Henry," said the lad.
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7  She had swallowed something by mistake, some dreadful thing they use at theatres.
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8  I hear a gentleman comes every night to the theatre and goes behind to talk to her.
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9  When the cab drew up at the theatre, it seemed to him that he had grown years older.
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10  By this time, however, the lights were being put out in the theatre, and I had to go.
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11  When all that is settled, I shall take a West End theatre and bring her out properly.
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12  About half-past eight I passed by an absurd little theatre, with great flaring gas-jets and gaudy play-bills.
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13  They talked to each other across the theatre and shared their oranges with the tawdry girls who sat beside them.
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14  On the first night I was at the theatre, the horrid old Jew came round to the box after the performance was over and offered to take me behind the scenes and introduce me to her.
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15  A chance phrase that he had heard at the theatre, a whispered sneer that had reached his ears one night as he waited at the stage-door, had set loose a train of horrible thoughts.
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16  After I left you yesterday evening, Harry, I dressed, had some dinner at that little Italian restaurant in Rupert Street you introduced me to, and went down at eight o'clock to the theatre.
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17  --An inquest was held this morning at the Bell Tavern, Hoxton Road, by Mr. Danby, the District Coroner, on the body of Sibyl Vane, a young actress recently engaged at the Royal Theatre, Holborn.
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