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1  Go to the firehouse when it's time.
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2  Report back to firehouse immediately.
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3  They said nothing on their way back to the firehouse.
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4  One two three four five six seven days: the firehouse.
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5  A thing he knew of course from the firehouse listings.
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6  If someone here in the firehouse knew about the ventilator then mightn't they "tell" the Hound.
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7  The firehouse trembled as a great flight of jet planes whistled a single note across the black morning sky.
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8  He knew that when he returned to the firehouse, he might wink at himself, a minstrel man, burnt-corked, in the mirror.
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9  He could feel the firehouse full of glitter and shine and silence, of brass colors, the colors of coins, of gold, of silver.
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10  The Mechanical Hound slept but did not sleep, lived but did not live in its gently humming, gently vibrating, softly illuminated kennel back in a dark corner of the firehouse.
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11  It was good listening to the beetle hum, the sleepy mosquito buzz and delicate filigree murmur of the old man's voice at first scolding him and then consoling him in the late hour of night as he emerged from the steaming subway toward the firehouse world.
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12  For these were the hands that had acted on their own, no part of him, here was where the conscience first manifested itself to snatch books, dart off with Job and Ruth and Willie Shakespeare, and now, in the firehouse, these hands seemed gloved with blood.
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13  Its kennel was empty and the firehouse stood all about in plaster silence and the orange Salamander slept with its kerosene in its belly and the fire throwers crossed upon its flanks and Montag came in through the silence and touched the brass pole and slid up in the dark air, looking back at the deserted kennel, his heart beating, pausing, beating.
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14  Nights when things got dull, which was every night, the men slid down the brass poles, and set the ticking combinations of the olfactory system of the Hound and let loose rats in the firehouse areaway, and sometimes chickens, and sometimes cats that would have to be drowned anyway, and there would be betting to see which of the cats or chickens or rats the Hound would seize first.
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