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1  Feet ran in the far end of the alley.
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2  "Careful," whispered Faber, living in another world, far away.
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3  He walked toward the far curb telling each foot to go and keep going.
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4  Montag stared back at the city, far down the river, only a faint glow now.
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5  He lay far across the room from her, on a winter island separated by an empty sea.
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6  Another year ticked by in a single hour, and dawn waiting beyond the far bank of the river.
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7  Beatty grabbed Montag's shoulder as the beetle blasted away and hit seventy miles an hour, far down the street, gone.
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8  The phone on the far end of the line called Faber's name a dozen times before the professor answered in a faint voice.
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9  He put out his legs as far as they would go and down and then far out again and down and back and out and down and back.
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10  The police helicopters were rising so far away that it seemed someone had blown the gray head off a dry dandelion flower.
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11  Other Salamanders were roaring, their engines far away, and police sirens were cutting their way across town with their sirens.
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12  Montag did not hear, he was far away, he was running with his mind, he was gone, leaving this dead soot-covered body to sway in front of another raving fool.
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13  Then he reached up and pulled back the grill of the air-conditioning system and reached far back inside to the right and moved still another sliding sheet of metal and took out a book.
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14  After all the running and rushing and sweating it out and half drowning, to come this far, work this hard, and think yourself safe and sigh with relief and come out on the land at last only to find.
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15  There was a tiny dance of melody in the air, her Seashell was tamped in her ear again and she was listening to far people in far places, her eyes wide and staring at the fathoms of blackness above her in the ceiling.
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16  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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17  He felt her there, he saw her without opening his eyes, her hair burnt by chemicals to a brittle straw, her eyes with a kind of cataract unseen but suspect far behind the pupils, the reddened pouting lips, the body as thin as a praying mantis from dieting, and her flesh like white bacon.
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