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1  That is horse piss and rotted straw, he thought.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man By James Joyce
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2  The lank brown horses knew it and shook their bells to the clear night in admonition.
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3  The plump bald sergeant major was testing with his foot the springboard of the vaulting horse.
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4  It was the last tram; the lank brown horses knew it and shook their bells to the clear night in admonition.
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5  There remained no trace of the tram itself nor of the tram-men nor of the horses: nor did he and she appear vividly.
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6  No sound broke the peace of the night save when the lank brown horses rubbed their noses together and shook their bells.
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7  As a boy he had imagined the reins by which horses are driven as slender silken bands and it shocked him to feel at Stradbrooke the greasy leather of harness.
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8  Against the walls stood companies of barbells and Indian clubs; the dumbbells were piled in one corner: and in the midst of countless hillocks of gymnasium shoes and sweaters and singlets in untidy brown parcels there stood the stout leather-jacketed vaulting horse waiting its turn to be carried up on the stage and set in the middle of the winning team at the end of the gymnastic display.
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