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1  There is something of a child about her.
The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde
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2  I may mention that she was not the woman's only child.
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3  Months of voiceless agony, and then a child born in pain.
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4  My child, you are far too young to think of falling in love.
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5  She looked such a child, and seemed to know so little about acting.
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6  And, yet, a feeling of infinite regret came over him, as he thought of her lying at his feet sobbing like a little child.
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7  She consoled herself by telling Sibyl how desolate she felt her life would be, now that she had only one child to look after.
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8  He had not entered the place for more than four years--not, indeed, since he had used it first as a play-room when he was a child, and then as a study when he grew somewhat older.
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9  Don't forget that you will have only one child now to look after, and believe me that if this man wrongs my sister, I will find out who he is, track him down, and kill him like a dog.
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