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1  "None of your business," she said.
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2  had no business going out to Hollywood.
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3  I was wondering if you were busy today.
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4  That digression business got on my nerves.
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5  But you're wrong about that hating business.
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6  She was busy looking around for old Peter Lorre to show up, I guess.
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7  He made a pot of dough in the undertaking business after he got out of Pencey.
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8  All he said was that business about my being a "very, very strange boy" again.
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9  When I was really drunk, I started that stupid business with the bullet in my guts again.
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10  Or you may end up in some business office, throwing paper clips at the nearest stenographer.
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11  And that business about getting up early to see the first show at Radio City Music Hall depressed me.
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12  Old Sally didn't talk much, except to rave about the Lunts, because she was busy rubbering and being charming.
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13  Then he starts being a regular duke again, and he forgets all about the homey babe that has the publishing business.
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14  Anyway, they fell in love right away, on account of they're both so nuts about Charles Dickens and all, and he helps her run her publishing business.
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