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1  The evening of their expected arrival came.
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2  Probably she had not touched her dress since yester evening.
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3  He will go on, if I leave the window open a bit late in the evening.
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4  Their guest did not protract his stay that evening above an hour longer.
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5  He died quietly in his chair one October evening, seated by the fire-side.
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6  The other, I felt certain, recalled it often in the course of the evening.
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7  I hemmed once more, and drew closer to the hearth, repeating my comment on the wildness of the evening.
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8  On a mellow evening in September, I was coming from the garden with a heavy basket of apples which I had been gathering.
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9  In the evening the weather broke: the wind shifted from south to north-east, and brought rain first, and then sleet and snow.
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10  By evening she seemed greatly exhausted; yet no arguments could persuade her to return to that apartment, and I had to arrange the parlour sofa for her bed, till another room could be prepared.
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11  It was a very dark evening for summer: the clouds appeared inclined to thunder, and I said we had better all sit down; the approaching rain would be certain to bring him home without further trouble.
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12  One Sunday evening, it chanced that they were banished from the sitting-room, for making a noise, or a light offence of the kind; and when I went to call them to supper, I could discover them nowhere.
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13  There were some persons sitting at cards; Heathcliff joined them; my brother lost some money to him, and, finding him plentifully supplied, he requested that he would come again in the evening: to which he consented.
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14  Mrs. Earnshaw expected him by supper-time on the third evening, and she put the meal off hour after hour; there were no signs of his coming, however, and at last the children got tired of running down to the gate to look.
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15  Heathcliff had never been heard of since the evening of the thunder-storm; and, one day, I had the misfortune, when she had provoked me exceedingly, to lay the blame of his disappearance on her: where indeed it belonged, as she well knew.
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16  Catherine kissed her father, and sat down quietly to her lessons for a couple of hours, according to custom; then she accompanied him into the grounds, and the whole day passed as usual: but in the evening, when she had retired to her room, and I went to help her to undress, I found her crying, on her knees by the bedside.
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17  Grief, and that together, transformed him into a complete hermit: he threw up his office of magistrate, ceased even to attend church, avoided the village on all occasions, and spent a life of entire seclusion within the limits of his park and grounds; only varied by solitary rambles on the moors, and visits to the grave of his wife, mostly at evening, or early morning before other wanderers were abroad.
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