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1  She was looking at me in the dark.
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2  We looked at each other in the dark.
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3  Miss Ferguson walked away in the dark.
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4  I knocked over his candle with the pillow and got into bed in the dark.
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5  I asked what time the attack was to he and they said as soon as it was dark.
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6  I leaned forward in the dark to kiss her and there was a sharp stinging flash.
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7  It was dark outside and the long light from the search-lights was moving over the mountains.
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8  It was nearly dark when we came down and turned onto the main road that ran beside the river.
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9  I looked outside, it was dark and the Austrian search-lights were moving on the mountains behind us.
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10  His legs were toward me and I saw in the dark and the light that they were both smashed above the knee.
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11  Sometimes in the dark we heard the troops marching under the window and guns going past pulled by motor-tractors.
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12  In the dark it was like summer lightning, but the nights were cool and there was not the feeling of a storm coming.
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13  My Austrian sniper's rifle with its blued octagon barrel and the lovely dark walnut, cheek-fitted, schutzen stock, hung over the two beds.
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14  There was a little shelter of green branches outside over the entrance and in the dark the night wind rustled the leaves dried by the sun.
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15  The priest was young and blushed easily and wore a uniform like the rest of us but with a cross in dark red velvet above the left breast pocket of his gray tunic.
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16  The sun was going down and looking up along the bank as we drove I saw the Austrian observation balloons above the hills on the other side dark against the sunset.
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17  We went along the rough new military road that followed the crest of the ridge and I looked to the north at the two ranges of mountains, green and dark to the snow-line and then white and lovely in the sun.
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