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1  We passed each other flowers, and she kissed my hands.
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2  The male pursued the female, flinging flowers at her as he ran.
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3  The Medical Man rose, came to the lamp, and examined the flowers.
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4  His eye fell with a mute inquiry upon the withered white flowers upon the little table.
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5  It's a curious thing,' said the Medical Man; 'but I certainly don't know the natural order of these flowers.
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6  I saw a number of tall spikes of strange white flowers, measuring a foot perhaps across the spread of the waxen petals.
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7  Then came one laughing towards me, carrying a chain of beautiful flowers altogether new to me, and put it about my neck.
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8  To adorn themselves with flowers, to dance, to sing in the sunlight: so much was left of the artistic spirit, and no more.
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9  You who have never seen the like can scarcely imagine what delicate and wonderful flowers countless years of culture had created.
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10  At first I was puzzled by all these strange fruits, and by the strange flowers I saw, but later I began to perceive their import.
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11  My general impression of the world I saw over their heads was a tangled waste of beautiful bushes and flowers, a long neglected and yet weedless garden.
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12  The Time Traveller paused, put his hand into his pocket, and silently placed two withered flowers, not unlike very large white mallows, upon the little table.
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13  The air was free from gnats, the earth from weeds or fungi; everywhere were fruits and sweet and delightful flowers; brilliant butterflies flew hither and thither.
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14  The idea was received with melodious applause; and presently they were all running to and fro for flowers, and laughingly flinging them upon me until I was almost smothered with blossom.
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15  Weena had been hugely delighted when I began to carry her, but after a while she desired me to let her down, and ran along by the side of me, occasionally darting off on either hand to pick flowers to stick in my pockets.
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16  Several more brightly clad people met me in the doorway, and so we entered, I, dressed in dingy nineteenth-century garments, looking grotesque enough, garlanded with flowers, and surrounded by an eddying mass of bright, soft-colored robes and shining white limbs, in a melodious whirl of laughter and laughing speech.
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