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1  He opened the door but she moved out from the circle of his arm.
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2  Taking out my time-table I drew a small circle around the three-fifty train.
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3  The circle closed up again with a running murmur of expostulation; it was a minute before I could see anything at all.
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4  The touch of a cluster of leaves revolved it slowly, tracing, like the leg of compass, a thin red circle in the water.
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5  He reached up on tiptoes and peered over a circle of heads into the garage which was lit only by a yellow light in a swinging wire basket overhead.
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6  Suddenly I wasn't thinking of Daisy and Gatsby any more but of this clean, hard, limited person who dealt in universal skepticism and who leaned back jauntily just within the circle of my arm.
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7  There was dancing now on the canvas in the garden, old men pushing young girls backward in eternal graceless circles, superior couples holding each other tortuously, fashionably and keeping in the corners--and a great number of single girls dancing individualistically or relieving the orchestra for a moment of the burden of the banjo or the traps.
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