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1  Nothing has been hidden from you.
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2  They must be hidden away somewhere.
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3  The portrait must be hidden away at all costs.
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4  James Vane was hidden in a nameless grave in Selby churchyard.
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5  I can now recreate life in a way that was hidden from me before.
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6  If you wish the best work I have ever done to be hidden from the world, I am satisfied.
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7  Yes, he would be good, and the hideous thing that he had hidden away would no longer be a terror to him.
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8  His finely chiselled nostrils quivered, and some hidden nerve shook the scarlet of his lips and left them trembling.
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9  At last he got up from the sofa on which he had been lying, went over to it, and having unlocked it, touched some hidden spring.
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10  He recalled the stainless purity of his boyish life, and it seemed horrible to him that it was here the fatal portrait was to be hidden away.
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11  There was the huge Italian cassone, with its fantastically painted panels and its tarnished gilt mouldings, in which he had so often hidden himself as a boy.
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