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1  It was no use unless he could get the girl alone.
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2  Everyone wanted a place where they could be alone occasionally.
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3  In any case he did not know the girl's name, let alone her address.
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4  He might be ALONE in holding that belief, and if alone, then a lunatic.
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5  At this moment it suddenly occurred to him how completely alone they were.
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6  Surely enough, she was at a table in about the same place, and again alone.
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7  Until he could be alone it was impossible to think this new development out.
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8  In some of these streets a woman daren't leave a baby alone for two minutes.
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9  In principle a Party member had no spare time, and was never alone except in bed.
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10  But the girl was still alone when Winston secured his tray and began to make for her table.
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11  Then the memory of her face came back, and with it a raging, intolerable desire to be alone.
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12  When he came into the canteen she was sitting at a table well out from the wall, and was quite alone.
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13  It struck him as a curious fact that he had never heard a member of the Party singing alone and spontaneously.
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14  As it happened, the Eurasian Higher Command had launched its offensive in South India and left North Africa alone.
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15  But at any rate he had the appearance of being a person that you could talk to if somehow you could cheat the telescreen and get him alone.
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16  He wished above all that they had some place where they could be alone together without feeling the obligation to make love every time they met.
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17  He got away from Mr. Charrington and went down the stairs alone, so as not to let the old man see him reconnoitring the street before stepping out of the door.
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18  On the far side of the room, sitting at a table alone, a small, curiously beetle-like man was drinking a cup of coffee, his little eyes darting suspicious glances from side to side.
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19  He had hoped to be alone for a little while during the lunch hour, but as bad luck would have it the imbecile Parsons flopped down beside him, the tang of his sweat almost defeating the tinny smell of stew, and kept up a stream of talk about the preparations for Hate Week.
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20  It seemed to him that he knew exactly what it felt like to sit in a room like this, in an arm-chair beside an open fire with your feet in the fender and a kettle on the hob; utterly alone, utterly secure, with nobody watching you, no voice pursuing you, no sound except the singing of the kettle and the friendly ticking of the clock.
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