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1  His hands were cold and damp and his limbs ached with chill.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  The ache of conscience ceased and he walked onward swiftly through the dark streets.
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3  He felt only an ache of soul and body, his whole being, memory, will, understanding, flesh, benumbed and weary.
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4  His throat ached with a desire to cry aloud, the cry of a hawk or eagle on high, to cry piercingly of his deliverance to the winds.
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5  He shook the sound out of his ears by an angry toss of his head and hurried on, stumbling through the mouldering offal, his heart already bitten by an ache of loathing and bitterness.
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6  When evening had fallen he left the house, and the first touch of the damp dark air and the noise of the door as it closed behind him made ache again his conscience, lulled by prayer and tears.
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7  The voices that he knew so well, the common words, the quiet of the classroom when the voices paused and the silence was filled by the sound of softly browsing cattle as the other boys munched their lunches tranquilly, lulled his aching soul.
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