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1  "That pie of yours always sets a mite heavy, Matt," she said, not ill-naturedly.
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2  Ethan stood before the door, his head heavy with dreams, his arm still about Mattie.
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3  "That trunk of yours is too heavy for the sleigh, and Dan'l Byrne'll be round to take it over to the Flats," she said.
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4  The fitful bursts of sleet had changed into a steady rain and the horses had heavy work even without a load behind them.
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5  It was a slow trudge home through the heavy fields, and when the two men entered the kitchen Mattie was lifting the coffee from the stove and Zeena was already at the table.
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6  They had reached the point where the road dipped to the hollow by Ethan's mill and as they descended the darkness descended with them, dropping down like a black veil from the heavy hemlock boughs.
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7  It had been one of the wonders of their intercourse that from the first, she, the quicker, finer, more expressive, instead of crushing him by the contrast, had given him something of her own ease and freedom; but now he felt as heavy and loutish as in his student days, when he had tried to "jolly" the Worcester girls at a picnic.
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