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1  But now, at the mere mention of them, his whole being cried out with joy.
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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2  So he tramped on until exercise and fresh air banished his headache, and his strength and joy returned.
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3  He would have cut off one hand for Tommy Hinds; and to keep Hinds's hotel a thing of beauty was his joy in life.
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4  The old wanderlust had got into his blood, the joy of the unbound life, the joy of seeking, of hoping without limit.
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5  He was the child of his parents' youth and joy; he grew up like the conjurer's rosebush, and all the world was his oyster.
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6  Then he lay for hours, just gazing and drinking in joy; until at last he felt sleepy, and lay down in the shade of a bush.
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7  Among other things, these papers had pages full of comical pictures, and these were the main joy in life to little Antanas.
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8  Before long it occurs to some one to demand an old wedding song, which celebrates the beauty of the bride and the joys of love.
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9  They behold home landscapes and childhood scenes returning; old loves and friendships begin to waken, old joys and griefs to laugh and weep.
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10  Some do not dance anything at all, but simply hold each other's hands and allow the undisciplined joy of motion to express itself with their feet.
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11  All the joy went out of tramping as soon as a man could not keep warm in the hay; and, like many thousands of others, he deluded himself with the hope that by coming early he could avoid the rush.
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12  "Lessee you drink now," he said; and Jurgis took the bottle and turned it up to his mouth, and a wonderfully unearthly liquid ecstasy poured down his throat, tickling every nerve of him, thrilling him with joy.
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13  To the two who stood watching while the darkness swallowed it up, it seemed a dream of wonder, with its talc of human energy, of things being done, of employment for thousands upon thousands of men, of opportunity and freedom, of life and love and joy.
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