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1  He had walked no more than twelve miles, when night closed in again.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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2  'It's a nasty trade,' said Mr. Limbkins, when Gamfield had again stated his wish.
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3  He then gave him another blow on the head, just to stun him till he came back again.
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4  As these things passed through his thoughts, he jumped upon his feet, and again walked forward.
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5  'Where he can, your worship,' replied the officer; again pretending to receive Oliver's answer.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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6  With the first ray of light that struggled through the crevices in the shutters, Oliver arose, and again unbarred the door.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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7  If the old gentlman felt a hand in any one of his pockets, he cried out where it was; and then the game began all over again.
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8  So, he spelt the bill through again, from beginning to end; and then, touching his fur cap in token of humility, accosted the gentleman in the white waistcoat.
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9  The next morning, the public were once informed that Oliver Twist was again To Let, and that five pounds would be paid to anybody who would take possession of him.
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10  So, he heaved a sigh over the recollections he awakened; and being, happily for himself, an absent old gentleman, buried them again in the pages of the musty book.
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11  He would stop every now and then to listen when there was the least noise below: and when he had satisfied himself, he would go on whistling and stirring again, as before.
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12  He took the same route; and arriving at a footpath across the fields: which he knew, after some distance, led out again into the road; struck into it, and walked quickly on.
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13  Wives, again, put on weeds for their husbands, as if, so far from grieving in the garb of sorrow, they had made up their minds to render it as becoming and attractive as possible.
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14  To these interrogations Mr. Bumble returned very brief and snappish replies; for the temporary blandness which gin-and-water awakens in some bosoms had by this time evaporated; and he was once again a beadle.
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15  When the outsides saw this, they put their halfpence back into their pockets again, declaring that he was an idle young dog, and didn't deserve anything; and the coach rattled away and left only a cloud of dust behind.
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16  Mr. Bumble then thrashed a boy or two, to keep up appearances; and the reverend gentleman, having read as much of the burial service as could be compressed into four minutes, gave his surplice to the clerk, and walked away again.
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17  That's acause they damped the straw afore they lit it in the chimbley to make 'em come down again,' said Gamfield; 'that's all smoke, and no blaze; vereas smoke ain't o' no use at all in making a boy come down, for it only sinds him to sleep, and that's wot he likes.
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