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1  We believe that, too, Jelinek.
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2  I believe in prayer for the dead.
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3  'I don't believe it,' I said stoutly.
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4  I didn't believe you could do as well as that.
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5  If you'll believe it, they went to work the next day.
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6  I can't believe it's you, sitting here, in my own kitchen.
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7  Lena replied that she didn't believe she would ever get lonesome in Black Hawk.
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8  'You wouldn't believe how steady those girls have turned out,' Antonia remarked.
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9  But we believe that Mr. Shimerda's soul will come to its Creator as well off without a priest.
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10  When we gathered in grandmother's parlour, I could hardly believe that I had been away at all.
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11  I believe that botanists do not confirm Fuchs's story, but insist that the sunflower was native to those plains.
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12  As I grew older, I came to believe that it was only because she was so often thinking of things that were far away.
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13  Antonia said she didn't believe it; that the dogs probably lapped up the dew in the early morning, like the rabbits.
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14  I believe that Gaston Cleric narrowly missed being a great poet, and I have sometimes thought that his bursts of imaginative talk were fatal to his poetic gift.
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15  As I went back alone over that familiar road, I could almost believe that a boy and girl ran along beside me, as our shadows used to do, laughing and whispering to each other in the grass.
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16  I suppose, in the crowded clutter of their cave, the old man had come to believe that peace and order had vanished from the earth, or existed only in the old world he had left so far behind.
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17  I did not believe that my dead father and mother were watching me from up there; they would still be looking for me at the sheep-fold down by the creek, or along the white road that led to the mountain pastures.
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