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1  The beetle was in high thunder.
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2  The keys to the beetle are on the night table.
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3  An instant before reaching him the wild beetle cut and swerved out.
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4  Wisps of laughter trailed back to him with the blue exhaust from the beetle.
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5  The beetle came in a single whistling trajectory, fired from an invisible rifle.
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6  He was now half across the street, but the roar from the beetle's engines whined higher as it put on speed.
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7  The men in the beetles were talking and the attendants were talking about the engines, the gas, the money owed.
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8  Beatty grabbed Montag's shoulder as the beetle blasted away and hit seventy miles an hour, far down the street, gone.
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9  Directly ahead lay a gas station, a great chunk of porcelain snow shining there, and two silver beetles pulling in to fill up.
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10  Montag watched through the window as Beatty drove away in his gleaming yellow-flame-colored beetle with the black, char-colored tires.
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11  She shoved the valise in the waiting beetle, climbed in, and sat mumbling, "Poor family, poor family, oh everything gone, everything, everything gone now."
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12  The police went first and adhesive-taped the victim's mouth and bandaged him off into their glittering beetle cars, so when you arrived you found an empty house.
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13  Far down the boulevard, four blocks way, the beetle had slowed, spun about on two wheels, and was now racing back, slanting over on the wrong side of the street, picking up speed.
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14  It was good listening to the beetle hum, the sleepy mosquito buzz and delicate filigree murmur of the old man's voice at first scolding him and then consoling him in the late hour of night as he emerged from the steaming subway toward the firehouse world.
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15  Two dozen of them flurried, wavering, indecisive, three miles off, like butterflies puzzled by autumn, and then they were plummeting down to land, one by one, here, there, softly kneading the streets where, turned back to beetles, they shrieked along the boulevards or, as suddenly, leapt back into the air, continuing their search.
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