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1  Whole family moved out somewhere.
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2  Christ is one of the 'family' now.
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3  Now," said Mildred, "my 'family' is people.
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4  Come on, let's be cheery, you turn the 'family' on, now.
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5  The same things could be in the 'parlor families' today.'
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6  You want to visit my house and my 'family,' well and good.
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7  The family had been feeding her subconscious, I'm sure, from what I saw of her school record.
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8  She shoved the valise in the waiting beetle, climbed in, and sat mumbling, "Poor family, poor family, oh everything gone, everything, everything gone now."
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9  Ladies, once a year, every fireman's allowed to bring one book home, from the old days, to show his family how silly it all was, how nervous that sort of thing can make you, how crazy.
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10  He saw her leaning toward the great shimmering walls of color and motion where the family talked and talked and talked to her, where the family prattled and chatted and said her name and smiled at her and said nothing of the bomb that was an inch, now a half inch, now a quarter inch from the top of the hotel.
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