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1  A cry of joy broke from his lips.
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2  There was a cry heard, and a crash.
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3  "I hate them for it," cried Hallward.
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4  "You must lend me these, Basil," he cried.
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5  A cry of pain and indignation broke from him.
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6  Old Mrs. Leaf was crying and wringing her hands.
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7  "You must introduce me now," cried Lord Henry, laughing.
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8  The woodwork creaked and seemed to cry out as if in pain.
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9  "Basil, I am tired of standing," cried Dorian Gray suddenly.
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10  Basil," cried Dorian Gray, "if Lord Henry Wotton goes, I shall go, too.
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11  "You would hardly care for such an arrangement, Basil," cried Lord Henry, laughing.
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12  When Lord Henry came in at six o'clock, he found him crying as one whose heart will break.
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13  A cry of terror broke from Dorian Gray's lips, and he rushed between the painter and the screen.
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14  The cry was so horrible in its agony that the frightened servants woke and crept out of their rooms.
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15  A cry of pain broke from the lad's lips, and he leaped to his feet, tearing his hands away from Lord Henry's grasp.
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16  There were two cries heard, the cry of a hare in pain, which is dreadful, the cry of a man in agony, which is worse.
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17  There were two cries heard, the cry of a hare in pain, which is dreadful, the cry of a man in agony, which is worse.
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18  "It is quite finished," he cried at last, and stooping down he wrote his name in long vermilion letters on the left-hand corner of the canvas.
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19  "Being natural is simply a pose, and the most irritating pose I know," cried Lord Henry, laughing; and the two young men went out into the garden together and ensconced themselves on a long bamboo seat that stood in the shade of a tall laurel bush.
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20  The keen aromatic air, the brown and red lights that glimmered in the wood, the hoarse cries of the beaters ringing out from time to time, and the sharp snaps of the guns that followed, fascinated him and filled him with a sense of delightful freedom.
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