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1  It's beautiful as the mountains.
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2  She found beauty in the children.
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3  Her home, and her beautiful town, existed in her mind.
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4  Her dreams of creating a beautiful town were ludicrous.
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5  She was aware of the haggard beauty in the lowering night.
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6  But the desire for the creation of a beautiful town remained.
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7  Guns and churns and barrels of nails and beautiful shiny butcher knives.
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8  Kennicott had begged her, in courtship days, to convert the town to beauty.
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9  One enchanted hour when she returned to youth and a belief in the possibility of beauty.
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10  Her "reforms," her impulses toward beauty in raw Main Street, they had become indistinct.
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11  Carol saw, though she did not admit, that Olaf was not only more beautiful than her own dark child, but more gracious.
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12  She drove home loving these friends who raced through moonlit snow, had Bohemian parties, and were about to create beauty in the theater.
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13  Her jungle romance had faded, but she retained a religious fervor, a surge of half-formed thought about the creation of beauty by suggestion.
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14  She tried to look admiring, for the benefit of Miss Sherwin, that trusting admirer of all that was or conceivably could be the good, the true, and the beautiful.
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15  He was married, and therefore taboo, but he had come from Boston, he had lived among poets and socialists and Jews and millionaire uplifters at the University Settlement in New York, and he had a beautiful white strong neck.
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16  Perhaps the best known of his plays was "The Merchant of Venice," having a beautiful love story and a fine appreciation of a woman's brains, which a woman's club, even those who did not care to commit themselves on the question of suffrage, ought to appreciate.
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17  A breeze which had crossed a thousand miles of wheat-lands bellied her taffeta skirt in a line so graceful, so full of animation and moving beauty, that the heart of a chance watcher on the lower road tightened to wistfulness over her quality of suspended freedom.
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