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1  Now, I'll tell you a piece of information.
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Get Context   In Chapter LIII
2  I don't tell it you on information received.
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3  I informed him in exchange that my Christian name was Philip.
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4  A ghost-seeing effect in Joe's own countenance informed me that Herbert had entered the room.
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5  If you want information regarding your uncle Provis, you had much better come and tell no one, and lose no time.
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6  The accuracy of these recitals was sufficiently obvious to me, to give me great confidence in Joe's information.
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7  And again, for anything I knew, the proffered information might have some important bearing on the flight itself.
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8  He received that piece of information with a yell of laughter, and dropped back, but came slouching after us at a little distance.
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9  I never knew Joe to remember anything from one Sunday to another, or to acquire, under my tuition, any piece of information whatever.
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10  In my hunger for information, I made proposals to Mr. Wopsle to bestow some intellectual crumbs upon me, with which he kindly complied.
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11  I then rejoined Mr. Wemmick, and affecting to consult my watch, and to be surprised by the information I had received, accepted his offer.
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12  Both these heads of information were in a list that Magwitch, while in prison, gave to Mr. Jaggers, of the possessions he supposed I should inherit.
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13  I was liberally paid for my old attendance here," I said, to soothe her, "in being apprenticed, and I have asked these questions only for my own information.
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14  And when he and I were left alone together, he sat with an air upon him of general lying by in consequence of information he possessed, that really was too much for me.
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15  Drummle upon this, informed our host that he much preferred our room to our company, and that as to skill he was more than our master, and that as to strength he could scatter us like chaff.
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16  The worst of it was that that bullying old Pumblechook, preyed upon by a devouring curiosity to be informed of all I had seen and heard, came gaping over in his chaise-cart at tea-time, to have the details divulged to him.
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17  Stepping in for a moment at the open gate, and looking around me with the uncomfortable air of a stranger who had no business there, I saw the auctioneer's clerk walking on the casks and telling them off for the information of a catalogue-compiler, pen in hand, who made a temporary desk of the wheeled chair I had so often pushed along to the tune of Old Clem.
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