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1  A vague feeling of uneasiness began to steal over me.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
Get Context   In IX. THE ADVENTURE OF THE ENGINEER’S THUMB
2  He beckoned to me and then began walking into the Park.
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Get Context   In X. THE ADVENTURE OF THE NOBLE BACHELOR
3  But then, when I found how I had betrayed myself, I began to think.
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Get Context   In I. A Scandal in Bohemia
4  I began to laugh at this, but the laugh was struck from my lips at the sight of his face.
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Get Context   In V. THE FIVE ORANGE PIPS
5  When I had listened to all they had to tell, I began to walk up and down near Briony Lodge once more, and to think over my plan of campaign.
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Get Context   In I. A Scandal in Bohemia
6  Then Mr. Angel began to call, for it was obvious that the matter should be pushed as far as it would go if a real effect were to be produced.
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Get Context   In III. A CASE OF IDENTITY
7  One evening, after the child was in bed, I began to amuse myself by examining the furniture of my room and by rearranging my own little things.
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Get Context   In XII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE COPPER BEECHES
8  Holmes had been buried in the morning papers all the way down, but after we had passed the Hampshire border he threw them down and began to admire the scenery.
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Get Context   In XII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE COPPER BEECHES
9  In an instant his strange headgear began to move, and there reared itself from among his hair the squat diamond-shaped head and puffed neck of a loathsome serpent.
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Get Context   In VIII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SPECKLED BAND
10  Holmes stuck his feet up on the corner of the mantelpiece and, leaning back with his hands in his pockets, began talking, rather to himself, as it seemed, than to us.
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Get Context   In III. A CASE OF IDENTITY
11  In this I was asked to sit, and then Mr. Rucastle, walking up and down on the other side of the room, began to tell me a series of the funniest stories that I have ever listened to.
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Get Context   In XII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE COPPER BEECHES
12  Every day, from nine in the morning until four in the afternoon, I waited in my little den, until at last my heart began to sink, and I came to believe that I should never have any practice at all.
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Get Context   In IX. THE ADVENTURE OF THE ENGINEER’S THUMB
13  Then, when they talked of marrying within the week, I began to ask about father; but they both said never to mind about father, but just to tell him afterwards, and mother said she would make it all right with him.
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Get Context   In III. A CASE OF IDENTITY
14  This he unpacked with the help of a youth whom he had brought with him, and presently, to my very great astonishment, a quite epicurean little cold supper began to be laid out upon our humble lodging-house mahogany.
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Get Context   In X. THE ADVENTURE OF THE NOBLE BACHELOR
15  The solemn Mr. Merryweather perched himself upon a crate, with a very injured expression upon his face, while Holmes fell upon his knees upon the floor and, with the lantern and a magnifying lens, began to examine minutely the cracks between the stones.
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Get Context   In II. THE RED-HEADED LEAGUE