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1  The general effect was one of extraordinary pallor.
Dracula By Bram Stoker
Get Context   In CHAPTER II
2  Van Helsing returned with extraordinary celerity, bearing with him a surgical case.
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3  There are certainly odd deficiencies in the house, considering the extraordinary evidences of wealth which are round me.
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4  We found nothing throughout except dust in extraordinary proportions, and all untouched save for my own footsteps when I had made my first visit.
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5  The gypsies, taking us as in some way the cause of the extraordinary disappearance of the dead man, turned, without a word, and rode away as if for their lives.
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6  I have tried to keep an open mind; and it is not the ordinary things of life that could close it, but the strange things, the extraordinary things, the things that make one doubt if they be mad or sane.
Dracula By Bram Stoker
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7  He petted and soothed them, and whispered something in their ears, as I have heard of horse-tamers doing, and with extraordinary effect, for under his caresses they became quite manageable again, though they still trembled.
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8  They gave as another reason for their defeat the extraordinary state of drouth to which they had been reduced by the dusty nature of their occupation and the reprehensible distance from the scene of their labours of any place of public entertainment.
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