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1  He saw the dark entrance hall of the castle.
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2  A figure came up the staircase from the hall.
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3  There was a fire there, but the hall was still dark.
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4  It would be better to be in the study hall than out there in the cold.
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5  He came out on the landing above the entrance hall and looked about him.
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6  There were lanterns in the hall of his father's house and ropes of green branches.
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7  Before the doors and in the lighted halls groups were gathered arrayed as for some rite.
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8  In the hall the children who had stayed latest were putting on their things: the party was over.
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9  After supper in the study hall he would change the number pasted up inside his desk from seventy-seven to seventy-six.
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10  Sitting in the study hall he opened the lid of his desk and changed the number pasted up inside from seventy-seven to seventy-six.
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11  The bell rang for night prayers and he filed out of the study hall after the others and down the staircase and along the corridors to the chapel.
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12  Mr Dedalus lingered in the hall gazing about him and up at the roof and telling Stephen, who urged him to come out, that they were standing in the house of commons of the old Irish parliament.
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13  Whenever the car drew up before a house he waited to catch a glimpse of a well scrubbed kitchen or of a softly lighted hall and to see how the servant would hold the jug and how she would close the door.
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14  That was what he had been in prison for and he remembered that one night Sergeant O'Neill had come to the house and had stood in the hall, talking in a low voice with his father and chewing nervously at the chinstrap of his cap.
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15  He understood also why the servants had often whispered together in the hall and why his father had often stood on the hearthrug with his back to the fire, talking loudly to uncle Charles who urged him to sit down and eat his dinner.
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16  He mounted the steps from the garden in haste, eager that some prey should not elude him, and forced his way through the crowd in the hall and past the two jesuits who stood watching the exodus and bowing and shaking hands with the visitors.
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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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