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1  But he gave me a great account of the whole affair.
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2  But still it was a strange and a great sin even to touch it.
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3  There were pale strange faces there, great eyes like carriage-lamps.
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4  Those were the great men whose names were in Richmal Magnall's Questions.
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5  But perhaps he was in great pain for the noise of the pandybat was terrible.
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6  They thought he would say the day he won some great battle or the day he was made an emperor.
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7  Father Dolan and I, when I told them all at dinner about it, Father Dolan and I had a great laugh over it.
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8  They had told him that he had a great look of his grandfather and Mr Dedalus had agreed that he was an ugly likeness.
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9  Two great yellow caravans had halted one morning before the door and men had come tramping into the house to dismantle it.
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10  A thing like that had been done before by somebody in history, by some great person whose head was in the books of history.
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11  A great fire, banked high and red, flamed in the grate and under the ivy-twined branches of the chandelier the Christmas table was spread.
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12  He brought forth a great stone jar of whisky from the locker and filled the decanter slowly, bending now and then to see how much he had poured in.
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13  Boland, his friend, marched beside him, a large grin on his face, while Nash came on a few steps behind, blowing from the pace and wagging his great red head.
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14  A dusk like that of the outer world obscured his mind as he heard the mare's hoofs clattering along the tramtrack on the Rock Road and the great can swaying and rattling behind him.
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15  His father was standing before the dressing-table, examining his hair and face and moustache with great care, craning his neck across the water-jug and drawing it back sideways to see the better.
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16  The hour when he too would take part in the life of that world seemed drawing near and in secret he began to make ready for the great part which he felt awaited him the nature of which he only dimly apprehended.
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17  When they had passed into the great hall and stood at the counter Stephen drew forth his orders on the governor of the bank of Ireland for thirty and three pounds; and these sums, the moneys of his exhibition and essay prize, were paid over to him rapidly by the teller in notes and in coin respectively.
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