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1  "Wine is a grand thing," I said.
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2  Half-way through the wine I did not want any more.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 7
3  I took another mouthful and some cheese and a rinse of wine.
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4  His breath came in my face metallic with garlic and red wine.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 13
5  One of them worked in the wine shop across from the hospital.
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6  I ate the end of my piece of cheese and took a swallow of wine.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 9
7  After some more wine I told the story of the jockey who found the penny.
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8  "If you imagine a country that makes a wine because it tastes like strawberries," he said.
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9  I went down to the corner where there was a wine shop and waited inside looking out the window.
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10  They had no wine waiter because of the war and George would smile ashamedly when I asked about wines like fresa.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 18
11  They poured me more wine and I told the story about the English private soldier who was placed under the shower bath.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 7
12  I lowered it into the mouth, sucked and snapped in the ends, and chewed, then took a bite of cheese, chewed, and then a drink of the wine.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 9
13  I sent for the porter and when he came I told him in Italian to get me a bottle of Cinzano at the wine shop, a fiasco of chianti and the evening papers.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 13
14  He went away and brought them wrapped in newspaper, unwrapped them and, when I asked him to, drew the corks and put the wine and vermouth under the bed.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 13
15  I had drunk much wine and afterward coffee and Strega and I explained, winefully, how we did not do the things we wanted to do; we never did such things.
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16  Riding in the ambulance on a stretcher I could not tell what part of town we were passing through but when they unloaded the stretcher I saw a market-place and an open wine shop with a girl sweeping out.
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17  They talked too much at the mess and I drank wine because tonight we were not all brothers unless I drank a little and talked with the priest about Archbishop Ireland who was, it seemed, a noble man and with whose injustice, the injustices he had received and in which I participated as an American, and of which I had never heard, I feigned acquaintance.
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