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1  Mr. Woodley went home in a cart.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
Get Context   In IV. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SOLITARY CYCLIST
2  Every week-end I went home to my mother in town.
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Get Context   In IV. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SOLITARY CYCLIST
3  There I halted on my way home, and met with courtesy from the representative.
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Get Context   In IV. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SOLITARY CYCLIST
4  In a fortnight the boy was quite at home with us and was apparently absolutely happy.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
Get Context   In V. THE ADVENTURE OF THE PRIORY SCHOOL
5  I have no doubt that I should have been arrested either at my city office or at my home.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
Get Context   In II. THE ADVENTURE OF THE NORWOOD BUILDER
6  Without his scrapbooks, his chemicals, and his homely untidiness, he was an uncomfortable man.
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Get Context   In IX. THE ADVENTURE OF THE THREE STUDENTS
7  Well, Soames, I think we have cleared your little problem up, and our breakfast awaits us at home.
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Get Context   In IX. THE ADVENTURE OF THE THREE STUDENTS
8  There we met two gentlemen, Mr. Carruthers and Mr. Woodley, who were home on a visit from South Africa.
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Get Context   In IV. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SOLITARY CYCLIST
9  It is the Duke's desire that the carriage shall go at once to the Fighting Cock Inn to bring Lord Saltire home.
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Get Context   In V. THE ADVENTURE OF THE PRIORY SCHOOL
10  Mr. Oldacre had told me that he would like me to have supper with him at nine, as he might not be home before that hour.
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Get Context   In II. THE ADVENTURE OF THE NORWOOD BUILDER
11  I sent a telegram home, therefore, to say that I had important business on hand, and that it was impossible for me to say how late I might be.
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Get Context   In II. THE ADVENTURE OF THE NORWOOD BUILDER
12  We were coming out of the ice-pack on our way home, with head winds and a week's southerly gale, when we picked up a little craft that had been blown north.
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Get Context   In VI. THE ADVENTURE OF BLACK PETER
13  I said that I did not like to leave my mother, on which he suggested that I should go home to her every week-end, and he offered me a hundred a year, which was certainly splendid pay.
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Get Context   In IV. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SOLITARY CYCLIST
14  I think, Watson, that in your medical capacity, you might wait upon Miss Smith and tell her that if she is sufficiently recovered, we shall be happy to escort her to her mother's home.
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Get Context   In IV. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SOLITARY CYCLIST
15  If you are telegraphing home, Mr. Huxtable, it would be well to allow the people in your neighbourhood to imagine that the inquiry is still going on in Liverpool, or wherever else that red herring led your pack.
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Get Context   In V. THE ADVENTURE OF THE PRIORY SCHOOL
16  My friend had listened with amused surprise to this long speech, which was poured forth with extraordinary vigour and earnestness, every point being driven home by the slapping of a brawny hand upon the speaker's knee.
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Get Context   In XI. THE ADVENTURE OF THE MISSING THREE-QUARTER
17  It is true that he started home at an hour which should have brought him to Westminster before the time when the crime was discovered, but his own explanation that he had walked part of the way seemed probable enough in view of the fineness of the night.
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Get Context   In XIII. THE ADVENTURE OF THE SECOND STAIN