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1  I realize it more acutely every day.
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2  Her boredom was acute and ever present.
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3  For an instance there was a silence so acute it seemed that neither of them even breathed.
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4  Her clothes were crushed and wrinkled from sleeping in them and she had never felt more acutely tired and sore in all her life.
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5  Will was acutely ill with pneumonia and when the girls put him to bed, they feared he would soon join the boy in the burying ground.
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6  It annoyed her that her quick reprimands brought such acute fright to his round eyes, for he looked so simple minded when he was frightened.
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7  The whole household was acutely conscious of the burning light, Scarlett, Mammy, Prissy and Pork, frequently tiptoeing upstairs to make sure that it still burned.
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8  Captain Jaffery, acutely conscious of the grins of his men and feeling helplessly that he was fighting a mist, declared angrily that he wanted neither the young ladies nor a drink and demanded if Belle knew the names of her destructive customers.
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9  Secession, war--these words long since had become acutely boring to Scarlett from much repetition, but now she hated the sound of them, for they meant that the men would stand there for hours haranguing one another and she would have no chance to corner Ashley.
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