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1  The open door looked at him with its great vacant eye.
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2  The fire was gone, then back again, like a winking eye.
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3  His throat was burnt rust and his eye were wept dry with running.
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4  The Hound half rose in its kennel and looked at him with green-blue neon light flickering in its suddenly activated eye bulbs.
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5  He was a thing of brush and liquid eye, of fur and muzzle and hoof, he was a thing of horn and blood that would smell like autumn if you bled it out on the ground.
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6  And then he shut up, for he remembered last week and the two white stones staring up at the ceiling and the pumpsnake with the probing eye and the two soap-faced men with the cigarettes moving in their mouths when they talked.
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7  I've heard there are still hobo camps all across the country, here and there; walking camps they call them, and if you keep walking far enough and keep an eye peeled, they say there's lots of old Harvard degrees on the tracks between here and Los Angeles.
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8  Montag moved back to his own house, left the window wide, checked Mildred, tucked the covers about her carefully, and then lay down with the moonlight on his cheekbones and on the frowning ridges in his brow, with the moonlight distilled in each eye to form a silver cataract there.
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