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1  He bores me dreadfully, almost as much as he bores her.
The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde
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2  The morse bore a seraph's head in gold-thread raised work.
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3  "It is such a bore putting on one's dress-clothes," muttered Hallward.
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4  The love that he bore him--for it was really love--had nothing in it that was not noble and intellectual.
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5  It was almost nine o'clock before he reached the club, where he found Lord Henry sitting alone, in the morning-room, looking very much bored.
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6  It was some consolation that Harry was to be there, and when the door opened and he heard his slow musical voice lending charm to some insincere apology, he ceased to feel bored.
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7  My dear Dorian," answered Lord Henry, taking a cigarette from his case and producing a gold-latten matchbox, "the only way a woman can ever reform a man is by boring him so completely that he loses all possible interest in life.
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8  To him, man was a being with myriad lives and myriad sensations, a complex multiform creature that bore within itself strange legacies of thought and passion, and whose very flesh was tainted with the monstrous maladies of the dead.
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