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1  Each becomes a black butterfly.
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2  Ten minutes after death a man's a speck of black dust.
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3  He ran out away from the last row of houses, on a slope leading down to a solid moving blackness.
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4  The firehouse trembled as a great flight of jet planes whistled a single note across the black morning sky.
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5  These men who looked steadily into their platinum igniter flames as they lit their eternally burning black pipes.
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6  There was a tremendous ripping sound as if two giant hands had torn ten thousand miles of black linen down the seam.
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7  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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8  One of them slid down into your stomach like a black cobra down an echoing well looking for all the old water and the old time gathered there.
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9  The breath coming out the nostrils was so faint it stirred only the furthest fringes of life, a small leaf, a black feather, a single fiber of hair.
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10  Next thing they were up in musty blackness swinging silver hatchets at doors that were, after all, unlocked, tumbling through like boys all rollick and shout.
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11  Now, sucking all the night into his open mouth and blowing it out pale, with all the blackness left heavily inside himself, he set out in a steady jogging pace.
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12  He felt that the stars had been pulverized by the sound of the black jets and that in the morning the earth would be covered with their dust like a strange snow.
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13  The thought had been with him many times recently but now he remembered how it was that day in the city park when he had seen that old man in the black suit hide something, quickly, in his coat.
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14  There was a tiny dance of melody in the air, her Seashell was tamped in her ear again and she was listening to far people in far places, her eyes wide and staring at the fathoms of blackness above her in the ceiling.
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15  He hung up his black beetle-colored helmet and shined it; he hung his flameproof jacket neatly; he showered luxuriously, and then, whistling, hands in pockets, walked across the upper floor of the fire station and fell down the hole.
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16  Half an hour later, cold, and moving carefully on the tracks, fully aware of his entire body, his face, his mouth, his eyes stuffed with blackness, his ears stuffed with sound, his legs prickled with burrs and nettles, he saw the fire ahead.
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17  They sat in the hall because the parlor was so empty and gray-looking without its wall lit with orange and yellow confetti and skyrockets and women in gold-mesh dresses and men in black velvet pulling one-hundred-pound rabbits from silver hats.
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