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1  Connie heard long conversations going on between the two.
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2  He kept the conversation as intelligent as possible: which isn't saying much.
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3  Sex might be a sort of normal physical conversation between a man and a woman.
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4  There was a gorgeous talk on Sunday evening, when the conversation drifted again to love.
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5  Let any woman start a sex conversation with me, and it's natural for me to go to bed with her to finish it, all in due season.
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6  He behaved perfectly politely during the meal and kept a polite sort of conversation going: but it seemed all touched with insanity.
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7  It was like his habit to make conversation to Connie about some book, since the conversation between them had to be made, almost chemically.
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8  Clifford made a little conversation with her, to show his complete composure: about Aunt Eva, who was at Dieppe, and about Sir Malcolm, who had written to ask would Connie drive with him in his small car, to Venice, or would she and Hilda go by train.
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