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1  She tried the garden with no better effect.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens
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2  Mr. Harthouse and Tom Gradgrind in the garden.
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3  They played near a window, opening on the garden.
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4  She made him her stately curtsey in the garden, one morning before breakfast.
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5  A lawn and garden and an infant avenue, all ruled straight like a botanical account-book.
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6  Louisa and Mr. Harthouse strolled out into the garden, where their voices could be heard in the stillness, though not what they said.
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7  She sat by Mr. Harthouse, in an alcove in the garden, talking very low; he stood leaning over her, as they whispered together, and his face almost touched her hair.
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