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1  The best helpers the language has.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  Stephen tried his best, but the sum was too hard and he felt confused.
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3  And Fleming had said he would not because it was best of his play not to.
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4  He was no good at sums, but he tried his best so that York might not lose.
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5  No, it was best to forget all about it and perhaps the prefect of studies had only said he would come in.
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6  No, it was best to hide out of the way because when you were small and young you could often escape that way.
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7  But the teller still deferred the serving of others to say he was living in changed times and that there was nothing like giving a boy the best education that money could buy.
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8  I'll sing a tenor song against him or I'll vault a five-barred gate against him or I'll run with him after the hounds across the country as I did thirty years ago along with the Kerry Boy and the best man for it.
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9  In the profane world, as he foresaw, a worldly voice would bid him raise up his father's fallen state by his labours and, meanwhile, the voice of his school comrades urged him to be a decent fellow, to shield others from blame or to beg them off and to do his best to get free days for the school.
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