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1  Outside, her six-year-old boy chopped wood.
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2  If she was the naive girl, Guy Pollock was the clumsy boy.
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3  She held out her hands as much to that sanctity as to the boy.
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4  The smallest boy or the most secluded grandam could tell you whether No.
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5  Carol noted that though Bresnahan wore spats and a stick, no small boy jeered.
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6  In a moment he was cautiously attacking: "That's a wonderful boy, Will Kennicott."
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7  Then the baby was born, without unusual difficulty: a boy with straight back and strong legs.
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8  He kept the loading-tools he had used as a boy: a capper for shot-gun shells, a mold for lead bullets.
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9  Will is a dear hard-working boy but he's inclined to be too serious, and you've taught him how to play.
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10  Bogart, a boy of fourteen who was still at home, the most brazen member of the toughest gang in Boytown.
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11  Bogart, son of the righteous widow who lived across the alley, was at this time a boy of fourteen or fifteen.
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12  Cy was no longer the weedy boy who had sat in the loft speculating about Carol's egotism and the mysteries of generation.
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13  She went into the house, a frail small woman, still winsome but hopeless of eye as she staggered with the weight of the drowsy boy in her arms.
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14  She saw that a boy of four or five was staring at her from the hall, a boy in gingham shirt and faded corduroy trousers, but large-eyed, firm-mouthed, wide-browed.
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15  The oldest boy takes a mouth-organ out of his coat pocket, wipes the tobacco crumbs off, and plays "Marching through Georgia" till every head in the car begins to ache.
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16  In every block the householders, Sam Clark, the wealthy Mr. Dawson, all save asthmatic Ezra Stowbody who extravagantly hired a boy, were seen perilously staggering up ladders, carrying storm windows and screwing them to second-story jambs.
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17  She pleased Kennicott by being friendly with the complacent maturity of Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Elder, and when she had often enough been in conference upon the Elders' new Cadillac car, or the job which the oldest Clark boy had taken in the office of the flour-mill, these topics became important, things to follow up day by day.
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