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1  This, in fact, marked the extent of her weakness.
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2  Too well I know the broad fact; tell me all that has been.
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3  His energy is still intact; in fact, he is like a living flame.
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4  In fact, he spoke quite confidently of getting his discharge at once.
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5  In fact, so far as our powers extend, they are unfettered, and we are free to use them.
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6  But the fact is that whilst the Professor was talking there came a big bat and sat on the window-sill.
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7  Let me be prosaic so far as facts can be; it will help me to bear up, and imagination must not run riot with me.
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8  I questioned him more fully than I had ever done, with a view to making myself master of the facts of his hallucination.
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9  I was, in fact, beginning to shudder at the presence of this being, this Un-Dead, as Van Helsing called it, and to loathe it.
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10  This was emphasised by the fact that the snowy mountain-top still held the sunset, and seemed to glow out with a delicate cool pink.
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11  Were it not that through long years I have train myself to keep an open mind, I could not have believe until such time as that fact thunder on my ear.
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12  He knows well that I am imprisoned; and as he has done it himself, and has doubtless his own motives for it, he would only deceive me if I trusted him fully with the facts.
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13  I tried it harder, and found that it was not really locked, but that the resistance came from the fact that the hinges had fallen somewhat, and the heavy door rested on the floor.
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14  Every scrap of paper was gone, and with it all my notes, my memoranda, relating to railways and travel, my letter of credit, in fact all that might be useful to me were I once outside the castle.
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15  When I had told him the facts and got his signature to the necessary papers, and had written a letter with them ready to post to Mr. Hawkins, he began to ask me how I had come across so suitable a place.
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16  The fact that a coastguard was the first on board may save some complications, later on, in the Admiralty Court; for coastguards cannot claim the salvage which is the right of the first civilian entering on a derelict.
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17  Suddenly, I became conscious of the fact that the driver was in the act of pulling up the horses in the courtyard of a vast ruined castle, from whose tall black windows came no ray of light, and whose broken battlements showed a jagged line against the moonlit sky.
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