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1  These Szgany are gipsies; I have notes of them in my book.
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2  He will have paper that he write on; he will have his book of cheques.
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3  If this book should ever reach Mina before I do, let it bring my good-bye.
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4  Whilst I was looking at the books, the door opened, and the Count entered.
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5  He was some little time away, and I began to look at some of the books around me.
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6  When I had written in my diary and had fortunately replaced the book and pen in my pocket I felt sleepy.
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7  I may show it to Jonathan some day if there is in it anything worth sharing, but it is really an exercise book.
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8  Indeed, I am writing now, with my book on my knee, and listening to the talk of three old men who are sitting beside me.
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9  When I came in he cleared the books and papers from the table; and with him I went into plans and deeds and figures of all sorts.
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10  There was absolutely nothing in the room, book, newspaper, or even writing materials; so I opened another door in the room and found a sort of library.
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11  In the library I found, to my great delight, a vast number of English books, whole shelves full of them, and bound volumes of magazines and newspapers.
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12  When I had written my two letters I sat quiet, reading a book whilst the Count wrote several notes, referring as he wrote them to some books on his table.
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13  When I had written my two letters I sat quiet, reading a book whilst the Count wrote several notes, referring as he wrote them to some books on his table.
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14  Henceforth our work is to be a sealed book to her, till at least such time as we can tell her that all is finished, and the earth free from a monster of the nether world.
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15  I sank back in my seat, having just had time to replace the letters as they had been and to resume my book before the Count, holding still another letter in his hand, entered the room.
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16  Having had some time at my disposal when in London, I had visited the British Museum, and made search among the books and maps in the library regarding Transylvania; it had struck me that some foreknowledge of the country could hardly fail to have some importance in dealing with a nobleman of that country.
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