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1  "Ah," said he, shaking his head gravely.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
Get Context   In Chapter LIV
2  "Thinking is easy enough," said the grave lady.
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Get Context   In Chapter XI
3  I looked at Wemmick, whose face was very grave.
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4  I felt that I had come to the brink of my grave.
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5  He gravely touched his lips with his forefinger.
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6  "That's true, Mum," said Mr. Pumblechook, with a grave nod.
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7  When he come to the grave," said our conductor, "he showed his cloak beautiful.
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8  Gravely, Handel, for the subject is grave enough, you know how it is as well as I do.
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9  It was the first time that a grave had opened in my road of life, and the gap it made in the smooth ground was wonderful.
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10  There we were stopped a few minutes by a signal from the sergeant's hand, while two or three of his men dispersed themselves among the graves, and also examined the porch.
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11  Mind you, Mr. Pip," said Wemmick, gravely in my ear, as he took my arm to be more confidential; "I don't know that Mr. Jaggers does a better thing than the way in which he keeps himself so high.
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12  But, in the funereal room, with that figure of the grave fallen back in the chair fixing its eyes upon her, Estella looked more bright and beautiful than before, and I was under stronger enchantment.
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13  The joy attended Mr. Wopsle through his struggle with Laertes on the brink of the orchestra and the grave, and slackened no more until he had tumbled the king off the kitchen-table, and had died by inches from the ankles upward.
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14  You have not every reason to say so of the rest of his people," said Estella, nodding at me with an expression of face that was at once grave and rallying, "for they beset Miss Havisham with reports and insinuations to your disadvantage.
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15  And now the range of marshes lay clear before us, with the sails of the ships on the river growing out of it; and we went into the churchyard, close to the graves of my unknown parents, Philip Pirrip, late of this parish, and Also Georgiana, Wife of the Above.
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16  There was something charmingly cordial and engaging in the manner in which after saying "Now, Handel," as if it were the grave beginning of a portentous business exordium, he had suddenly given up that tone, stretched out his honest hand, and spoken like a schoolboy.
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17  As I saw him go, picking his way among the nettles, and among the brambles that bound the green mounds, he looked in my young eyes as if he were eluding the hands of the dead people, stretching up cautiously out of their graves, to get a twist upon his ankle and pull him in.
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