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1  She would not let me put my arm around her.
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2  He whacked me on the back and I held both his arms.
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3  I could pull backward along with my arms and elbows.
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4  I lifted it to arm's length and the strands cleared.
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5  Christ, that my love were in my arms and I in my bed again.
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6  My arms and shoulders and back ached and my hands were sore.
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7  We shook hands and he put his arm around my neck and kissed me.
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8  She let me take it and I held it and put my arm around under her arm.
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9  Some one took hold of me under the arms and somebody else lifted my legs.
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10  Finally I rolled over and lay flat on my stomach with my head on my arms.
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11  I looked in her eyes and put my arm around her as I had before and kissed her.
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12  He bit his arm and moaned, "Oh mama mia, mama Mia," then, "Dio te salve, Maria."
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13  My clothes felt wet and clammy and I slapped my arms to keep the circulation going.
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14  The two stretcher-bearers picked up the man under the arms and by the legs and brought him in.
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15  He was quite small and his arms were by his side, his puttee-wrapped legs and muddy boots together, his cap over his face.
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16  I had my head on one of the musettes and my arms around the other and I could feel the pack and they could all walk over me if they wouldn't step on me.
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  In BOOK 2: 24
17  When the sick feeling was gone I pulled into the willow bushes and rested again, my arms around some brush, holding tight with my hands to the branches.
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