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1  We have all his poetry at home in a book.
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2  Halpin and O'Flynn are through the home civil.
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3  Soon they would be going home for the holidays.
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4  He wondered if they were arguing at home about that.
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5  Go home, blast you, for you're a hopeless bloody man.
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6  He longed to be at home and lay his head on his mother's lap.
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7  As he walked home with silent companions, a thick fog seemed to compass his mind.
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8  One evening his father came home full of news which kept his tongue busy all through dinner.
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9  They had come home a little late and still dinner was not ready: but it would be ready in a jiffy his mother had said.
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10  And his father had told him if he wanted anything to write home to him and, whatever he did, never to peach on a fellow.
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11  Either they went to the left towards the Dublin mountains or along the Goatstown road and thence into Dundrum, coming home by Sandyford.
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12  It was unfair and cruel because the doctor had told him not to read without glasses and he had written home to his father that morning to send him a new pair.
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13  He was conscious of failure and of detection, of the squalor of his own mind and home, and felt against his neck the raw edge of his turned and jagged collar.
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14  As soon as the boys had turned into Clonliffe Road together they began to speak about books and writers, saying what books they were reading and how many books there were in their fathers' bookcases at home.
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15  But when autumn came the cows were driven home from the grass: and the first sight of the filthy cowyard at Stradbrook with its foul green puddles and clots of liquid dung and steaming bran troughs, sickened Stephen's heart.
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16  On the way home uncle Charles would often pay a visit to the chapel and, as the font was above Stephen's reach, the old man would dip his hand and then sprinkle the water briskly about Stephen's clothes and on the floor of the porch.
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17  The gang made forays into the gardens of old maids or went down to the castle and fought a battle on the shaggy weed-grown rocks, coming home after it weary stragglers with the stale odours of the foreshore in their nostrils and the rank oils of the seawrack upon their hands and in their hair.
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