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1  He walked out of the house into the rain.
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2  "The whole house is going up," said Beatty.
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3  As he stood there the sky over the house screamed.
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4  When they reached her house all its lights were blazing.
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5  The sight of it rushed the men out and down away from the house.
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6  And as many times he came out of the house and Clarisse was there somewhere in the world.
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7  He stood in the hall of his house, putting on his badge with the orange salamander burning across it.
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8  All of those chemical balances and percentages on all of us here in the house are recorded in the master file downstairs.
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9  He stood outside the talking house in the shadows, thinking he might even tap on their door and whisper, "Let me come in."
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10  The last few nights he had had the most uncertain feelings about the sidewalk just around the corner here, moving in the starlight toward his house.
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11  Laughter blew across the moon-colored lawn from the house of Clarisse and her father and mother and the uncle who smiled so quietly and so earnestly.
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12  The police went first and adhesive-taped the victim's mouth and bandaged him off into their glittering beetle cars, so when you arrived you found an empty house.
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13  He wanted above all, like the old joke, to shove a marshmallow on a stick in the furnace, while the flapping pigeon-winged books died on the porch and lawn of the house.
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14  Above all, their laughter was relaxed and hearty and not forced in any way, coming from the house that was so brightly lit this late at night while all the other houses were kept to themselves in darkness.
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15  It was a flaking three-story house in the ancient part of the city, a century old if it was a day, but like all houses it had been given a thin fireproof plastic sheath many years ago, and this preservative shell seemed to be the only thing holding it in the sky.
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16  Montag moved back to his own house, left the window wide, checked Mildred, tucked the covers about her carefully, and then lay down with the moonlight on his cheekbones and on the frowning ridges in his brow, with the moonlight distilled in each eye to form a silver cataract there.
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17  She talked to him for what seemed a long while and she talked about this and she talked about that and it was only words, like the words he had heard once in a nursery at a friend's house, a two-year-old child building word patterns, talking jargon, making pretty sounds in the air.
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