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1  Mrs. Swithin stopped by the bed.
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2  The old people had gone up to bed.
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3  She sank down on the edge of the bed.
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4  And they dragged her up to the barrack room where she was thrown upon a bed.
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5  There, sauntering solitary far away by the flower beds was Mrs. Giles escaping.
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6  Since the row with the actress who had shared her bed and her purse the need of drink had grown on her.
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7  Lucy turned the page, quickly, guiltily, like a child who will be told to go to bed before the end of the chapter.
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8  It got her out of bed on a cold morning and sent her down the muddy path to worship it, whose mouthpiece was Streatfield.
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9  He felt the champagne withdrawing and hastened, before the last trace of geniality was withdrawn, to make the most of it, as if he cast one last look into a lit-up chamber before going to bed.
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10  Sitting on the bed he heard her sing, swinging her little legs, "Come and see my sea weeds, come and see my sea shells, come and see my dicky bird hop upon its perch"--an old child's nursery rhyme to help a child.
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