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1  You must go and learn it again.
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2  No ailment was found, and he investigated again.
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3  She thrust it away again, but with less animosity.
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4  There, there, now, don't begin that groaning again.
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5  This course worked well, and Tom began to groan again.
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6  When she cautiously faced around again, a peach lay before her.
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7  Now he lapsed into suffering again, as the dry argument was resumed.
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8  Joe harassed him awhile, and then he got away and crossed back again.
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9  Tom tried again, with soothing words in his mouth, and was repulsed again.
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10  Tom presently began to drift insensibly back into the concerns of this life again.
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11  He would have given worlds, now, to have that German lad back again with a sound mind.
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12  The sand began to work, and presently a small black bug appeared for a second and then darted under again in a fright.
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13  Then Tom became Robin Hood again, and was allowed by the treacherous nun to bleed his strength away through his neglected wound.
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14  She had thought that of course Tom had deserted long ago, and she wondered at seeing him place himself in her power again in this intrepid way.
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15  He generally began that day with wishing he had had no intervening holiday, it made the going into captivity and fetters again so much more odious.
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16  Sighing, he dipped his brush and passed it along the topmost plank; repeated the operation; did it again; compared the insignificant whitewashed streak with the far-reaching continent of unwhitewashed fence, and sat down on a tree-box discouraged.
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17  He returned, now, and hung about the fence till nightfall, "showing off," as before; but the girl never exhibited herself again, though Tom comforted himself a little with the hope that she had been near some window, meantime, and been aware of his attentions.
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18  So he went to the beetle and began a wary attack on it again; jumping at it from every point of a circle, lighting with his fore-paws within an inch of the creature, making even closer snatches at it with his teeth, and jerking his head till his ears flapped again.
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19  So she sat down to cry again and upbraid herself; and by this time the scholars began to gather again, and she had to hide her griefs and still her broken heart and take up the cross of a long, dreary, aching afternoon, with none among the strangers about her to exchange sorrows with.
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20  The tick tried this, that, and the other course, and got as excited and as anxious as the boys themselves, but time and again just as he would have victory in his very grasp, so to speak, and Tom's fingers would be twitching to begin, Joe's pin would deftly head him off, and keep possession.
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