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1  It was a large room, with a great window.
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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2  This was no very great consolation to the child.
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3  Mr. Bumble had a great idea of his oratorical powers and his importance.
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4  Young as he was, however, he had sense enough to make a feint of feeling great regret at going away.
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5  Hunger and recent ill-usage are great assistants if you want to cry; and Oliver cried very naturally indeed.
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6  Thereby finding in the lowest depth a deeper still; and proving herself a very great experimental philosopher.
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7  These only chanced to be heard, indeed, or account of their being very frequently repeated with great emphasis.
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8  'You needn't mind sending up to me, if the child cries, nurse,' said the surgeon, putting on his gloves with great deliberation.
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9  'So are the coffins,' replied the beadle: with precisely as near an approach to a laugh as a great official ought to indulge in.
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10  'I'm sure Mr. Bumble, that I was only a telling one or two of the dear children as is so fond of you, that it was you a coming,' replied Mrs. Mann with great humility.
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11  Mrs. Mann gave him a thousand embraces, and what Oliver wanted a great deal more, a piece of bread and butter, less he should seem too hungry when he got to the workhouse.
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12  Sevenpence-halfpenny's worth per week is a good round diet for a child; a great deal may be got for sevenpence-halfpenny, quite enough to overload its stomach, and make it uncomfortable.
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13  In great families, when an advantageous place cannot be obtained, either in possession, reversion, remainder, or expectancy, for the young man who is growing up, it is a very general custom to send him to sea.
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14  Wretched as were the little companions in misery he was leaving behind, they were the only friends he had ever known; and a sense of his loneliness in the great wide world, sank into the child's heart for the first time.
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15  Oliver was about to say that he would go along with anybody with great readiness, when, glancing upward, he caught sight of Mrs. Mann, who had got behind the beadle's chair, and was shaking her fist at him with a furious countenance.
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16  Now, although it was very natural that the board, of all people in the world, should feel in a great state of virtuous astonishment and horror at the smallest tokens of want of feeling on the part of anybody, they were rather out, in this particular instance.
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17  Though I must say,' continued the undertaker, resuming the current of observations which the beadle had interrupted: 'though I must say, Mr. Bumble, that I have to contend against one very great disadvantage: which is, that all the stout people go off the quickest.
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