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1  But alone he was like a lost thing.
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2  A man very much alone, and on his own.
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3  At ten o'clock Connie could go upstairs and be alone.
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4  She came in March, alone, driving herself in a nimble two-seater.
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5  When he was alone he tapped-tapped-tapped on a typewriter, to infinity.
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6  Anyhow, he was a curious, quick, separate fellow, alone, but sure of himself.
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7  She went out alone every day now, mostly in the wood, where she was really alone.
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8  Perfect, white, solitary nudity of a creature that lives alone, and inwardly alone.
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9  And then, being so still and alone, she seemed to bet into the current of her own proper destiny.
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10  Then let's leave it all alone, and just be decent and simple, like proper human beings with one another.
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11  On one of her bad days she went out alone to walk in the wood, ponderously, heeding nothing, not even noticing where she was.
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12  Clifford left them alone, and she learnt to do the same: she just went by without looking at them, and they stared as if she were a walking wax figure.
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13  Connie really wondered at this queer, melancholy specimen of extraordinary success; it was said he had an income of fifty thousand dollars from America alone.
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14  She saw the clumsy breeches slipping down over the pure, delicate, white loins, the bones showing a little, and the sense of aloneness, of a creature purely alone, overwhelmed her.
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15  As she came out of the wood on the north side, the keeper's cottage, a rather dark, brown stone cottage, with gables and a handsome chimney, looked uninhabited, it was so silent and alone.
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16  For Mrs Betts would sometimes sit in Mrs Bolton's room, and Connie heard their lowered voices, and felt somehow the strong, other vibration of the working people almost invading the sitting-room, when she and Clifford were alone.
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17  And his white slim back was curved over a big bowl of soapy water, in which he ducked his head, shaking his head with a queer, quick little motion, lifting his slender white arms, and pressing the soapy water from his ears, quick, subtle as a weasel playing with water, and utterly alone.
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