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1  The voice that spoke was cold and cruel.
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2  I don't require you, said Campbell coldly.
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3  But she seems to me to be simply callous and cold.
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4  "Tell her Grace that I am coming in," he said, coldly.
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5  The next time he calls, you will be perfectly cold and indifferent.
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6  They had been plucked at midnight, and the coldness of the moon had entered into them.
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7  A cold rain began to fall, and the blurred street-lamps looked ghastly in the dripping mist.
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8  A cold current of air passed them, and the light shot up for a moment in a flame of murky orange.
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9  "I am glad you appreciate my work at last, Dorian," said the painter coldly when he had recovered from his surprise.
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10  He was walking home about eleven o'clock from Lord Henry's, where he had been dining, and was wrapped in heavy furs, as the night was cold and foggy.
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11  He loved to stroll through the gaunt cold picture-gallery of his country house and look at the various portraits of those whose blood flowed in his veins.
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12  There would be the wrinkled throat, the cold, blue-veined hands, the twisted body, that he remembered in the grandfather who had been so stern to him in his boyhood.
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13  He winced at the memory of all that he had suffered, and for a moment the same curious feeling of loathing for Basil Hallward that had made him kill him as he sat in the chair came back to him, and he grew cold with passion.
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14  His extraordinary absences became notorious, and, when he used to reappear again in society, men would whisper to each other in corners, or pass him with a sneer, or look at him with cold searching eyes, as though they were determined to discover his secret.
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