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1  Miss Barkley was in the garden.
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2  Miss Barkley was sitting on a bench in the garden.
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3  I looked out at the rain falling in the fountain of the garden.
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4  I walked behind her out into the garden, the orderly looking after us.
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5  As I looked out at the garden I heard a motor truck starting on the road.
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6  The windows of the room looked out on a wet garden with a wall topped by an iron fence.
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7  Across the street, which sloped steeply, was another hotel with a similar wall and garden.
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8  She was not in the garden and I had to wait in the office of the hospital until she came down.
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9  She was not in the garden and I went to the side door of the villa where the ambulances drove up.
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10  The battery in the next garden woke me in the morning and I saw the sun coming through the window and got out of the bed.
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11  When they lifted you up out of bed to carry you into the dressing room you could look out of the window and see the new graves in the garden.
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12  There were villas with iron fences and big overgrown gardens and ditches with water flowing and green vegetable gardens with dust on the leaves.
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13  We walked down the path under the giant umbrella and out through the dark wet gardens to the road and across the road to the trellised pathway along the lake.
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14  A soldier sat outside the door that opened onto the garden making crosses and painting on them the names, rank, and regiment of the men who were buried in the garden.
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15  Down below were the gardens, bare now but beautifully regular, the gravel paths, the trees, the stone wall by the lake and the lake in the sunlight with the mountains beyond.
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16  The mountain that was beyond the valley and the hillside where the chestnut forest grew was captured and there were victories beyond the plain on the plateau to the south and we crossed the river in August and lived in a house in Gorizia that had a fountain and many thick shady trees in a walled garden and a wistaria vine purple on the side of the house.
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