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1  He clapped his hand to his eye and gave a hoarse scream of pain.
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2  Stephen drew back his maimed and quivering right arm and held out his left hand.
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3  Stephen closed his eyes and held out in the air his trembling hand with the palm upwards.
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4  And when Dante made that noise after dinner and then put up her hand to her mouth: that was heartburn.
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5  He wore the white cloak of a marshal; his face was pale and strange; he held his hand pressed to his side.
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6  She had put her hand into his pocket where his hand was and he had felt how cool and thin and soft her hand was.
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7  Stephen, scarlet with shame, opened a book quickly with one weak hand and bent down upon it, his face close to the page.
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8  And he felt the prefect's hand on his forehead; and he felt his forehead warm and damp against the prefect's cold damp hand.
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9  His whole body was shaking with fright, his arm was shaking and his crumpled burning livid hand shook like a loose leaf in the air.
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10  He was standing on the field; his hand was pressed to his side; his face was pale and strange and he wore the white cloak of a marshal.
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11  The rector held his hand across the side of the desk where the skull was and Stephen, placing his hand in it for a moment, felt a cool moist palm.
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12  Mr Casey struggled up from his chair and bent across the table towards her, scraping the air from before his eyes with one hand as though he were tearing aside a cobweb.
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13  And his white-grey face and the no-coloured eyes behind the steel-rimmed spectacles were cruel looking because he had steadied the hand first with his firm soft fingers and that was to hit it better and louder.
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14  A hot burning stinging tingling blow like the loud crack of a broken stick made his trembling hand crumple together like a leaf in the fire: and at the sound and the pain scalding tears were driven into his eyes.
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15  The soutane sleeve swished again as the pandybat was lifted and a loud crashing sound and a fierce maddening tingling burning pain made his hand shrink together with the palms and fingers in a livid quivering mass.
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16  And when he had tried to open Mr Casey's hand to see if the purse of silver was hidden there he had seen that the fingers could not be straightened out: and Mr Casey had told him that he had got those three cramped fingers making a birthday present for Queen Victoria.
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17  Mr Dedalus looked at himself in the pierglass above the mantelpiece, waxed out his moustache ends and then, parting his coat-tails, stood with his back to the glowing fire: and still from time to time he withdrew a hand from his coat-tail to wax out one of his moustache ends.
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