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1  watch for a man alone, on foot.
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2  Montag was alone in the wilderness.
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3  Six of my friends have been shot in the last year alone.
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4  I've lived alone so many years, throwing images on walls with my imagination.
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5  Montag stood alone in the winter weather, with the parlor walls the color of dirty snow.
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6  They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts, we've shouted to ourselves.
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7  Oh, there are many actors alone who haven't acted Pirandello or Shaw or Shakespeare for years because their plays are too aware of the world.
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8  Later, in a month or six months, and certainly not more than a year, he would walk along here again, alone, and keep right on going until he caught up with the people.
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9  The air over and above the vast concrete river trembled with the warmth of Montag's body alone; it was incredible how he felt his temperature could cause the whole immediate world to vibrate.
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10  On the way downtown he was so completely alone with his terrible error that he felt the necessity for the strange warmness and goodness that came from a familiar and gentle voice speaking in the night.
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11  One time, as a child, in a power failure, his mother had found and lit a last candle and there had been a brief hour of rediscovery, of such illumination that space lost its vast dimensions and drew comfortably around them, and they, mother and son, alone, transformed, hoping that the power might not come on again too soon.
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