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1  He's a liar born, and he'll die a liar.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
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2  A man would die to-night of lying out on the marshes, I thought.
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3  Her mother died when she was a baby, and her father denied her nothing.
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4  I half expected to see him drop down before my face and die of deadly cold.
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5  While he thus spoke, the growling noise became a prolonged roar, and then died away.
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6  He married his second wife privately, because he was proud, and in course of time she died.
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7  My poor sister Charlotte, who was next me and died before she was fourteen, was a striking example.
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8  Miss Havisham," I said, when her cry had died away, "you may dismiss me from your mind and conscience.
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9  My attention was so attracted by the singularity of his fixed look at me, that the words died away on my tongue.
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10  Above all things, I resolved that I would not entreat him, and that I would die making some last poor resistance to him.
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11  Mr. Wopsle died amiably at Camberwell, and exceedingly game on Bosworth Field, and in the greatest agonies at Glastonbury.
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12  With some vague misgiving that she might get upon the table then and there and die at once, the complete realization of the ghastly waxwork at the Fair, I shrank under her touch.
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13  My state of mind, as I have described it, began before I was up in the morning, and lasted long after the subject had died out, and had ceased to be mentioned saving on exceptional occasions.
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14  I tried to rest him on the arm I could use, in any easy position; but it was dreadful to think that I could not be sorry at heart for his being badly hurt, since it was unquestionably best that he should die.
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15  The joy attended Mr. Wopsle through his struggle with Laertes on the brink of the orchestra and the grave, and slackened no more until he had tumbled the king off the kitchen-table, and had died by inches from the ankles upward.
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16  I earnestly hoped and prayed that he might die before the Recorder's Report was made; but, in the dread of his lingering on, I began that night to write out a petition to the Home Secretary of State, setting forth my knowledge of him, and how it was that he had come back for my sake.
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17  The sheep stopped in their eating and looked timidly at us; and the cattle, their heads turned from the wind and sleet, stared angrily as if they held us responsible for both annoyances; but, except these things, and the shudder of the dying day in every blade of grass, there was no break in the bleak stillness of the marshes.
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