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1  I never heard a voice I hated so.
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2  He had for the moment mistaken me for the man he hated.
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3  Less difficult it was to guess whom he hated than whom he did not hate.
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4  Less difficult it was to guess whom he hated than whom he did not hate.
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5  Thomas Mugridge backed away, glaring as hatefully and viciously as I glared.
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6  For I had come to see a malignant devil in him which impelled him to hate all the world.
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7  There is not a man aboard but hates or fears him, nor is there a man whom he does not despise.
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8  Not only does Thomas Mugridge continue to hate me, but he has discovered a new reason for hating me.
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9  Not only does Thomas Mugridge continue to hate me, but he has discovered a new reason for hating me.
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10  The sailors now crowded boldly aft, grinning and shuffling, to watch the pummelling of the hated Cockney.
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11  I sometimes thought that he hated even himself, so grotesquely had life dealt with him, and so monstrously.
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12  And as he said, it seemed God hated him too much to let him die, for he ultimately grew better and waxed more malignant than ever.
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13  This was part of the attitude he chose to adopt toward me; and I confess, ere the day was done, that I hated him with more lively feelings than I had ever hated any one in my life before.
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