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1  She let her cape fall on the bed.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 23
2  That fall the snow came very late.
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Context   In BOOK 5: 38
3  All summer and all fall I've operated.
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Context   In BOOK 3: 25
4  I had not wanted to fall in love with any one.
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5  It is nice there in the fall when the leaves turn.
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6  God knows I had not wanted to fall in love with her.
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7  I tried to move sideways so that it did not fall on me.
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8  When they started to fall off she was disappointed and ashamed.
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Context   In BOOK 5: 41
9  Now in the fall the trees were all bare and the roads were muddy.
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10  But what was lovely was the fall to go hunting through the chestnut woods.
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11  We stayed in bed with the fire roaring in the stove and watched the snow fall.
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Context   In BOOK 5: 38
12  The drops fell very slowly, as they fall from an icicle after the sun has gone.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 9
13  If they killed men as they did this fall the Allies would be cooked in another year.
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Context   In BOOK 2: 21
14  There was no wire to speak of and no place to fall back to if there should be an Austrian attack.
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Context   In BOOK 3: 27
15  You get out and fall down by the road and get a bump on your head and I'll pick you up on our way back and take you to a hospital.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 7
16  There was fighting for that mountain too, but it was not successful, and in the fall when the rains came the leaves all fell from the chestnut trees and the branches were bare and the trunks black with rain.
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Context   In BOOK 1: 1
17  The forest had been green in the summer when we had come into the town but now there were the stumps and the broken trunks and the ground torn up, and one day at the end of the fall when I was out where the oak forest had been I saw a cloud coming over the mountain.
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