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1  He might kill me, but death now seemed the happier choice of evils.
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2  I myself am of an old family, and to live in a new house would kill me.
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3  At any time, even now, a sudden shock would be almost sure to kill her.
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4  There is no malign there, see, and so it make hard that I must kill her in her sleep.
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5  If I had not seized him just at the moment I believe he would have killed the man there and then.
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6  I am in hopes that we need have no inquest, for if we had it would surely kill poor Lucy, if nothing else did.
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7  When he saw me he became furious, and had not the attendants seized him in time, he would have tried to kill me.
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8  He that can smile at death, as we know him; who can flourish in the midst of diseases that kill off whole peoples.
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9  His face fell, and I could see a warning of danger in it, for there was a sudden fierce, sidelong look which meant killing.
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10  He will then argue back that it is we, mistaken ones, that have killed her by our ideas; and so he will be much unhappy always.
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11  There have been volcanoes, some of whose openings still send out waters of strange properties, and gases that kill or make to vivify.
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12  It is just as that dear, good Professor Van Helsing said: he is true grit, and he improves under strain that would kill a weaker nature.
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13  At that moment the remnant of my love passed into hate and loathing; had she then to be killed, I could have done it with savage delight.
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14  Think, dear, that there have been times when brave men have killed their wives and their womenkind, to keep them from falling into the hands of the enemy.
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15  The branch of wild rose on his coffin keep him that he move not from it; a sacred bullet fired into the coffin kill him so that he be true dead; and as for the stake through him, we know already of its peace; or the cut-off head that giveth rest.
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16  I know he has forgiven me because in some mistaken idea I have done things that prevent him say good-bye as he ought; and he may think that in some more mistaken idea this woman was buried alive; and that in most mistake of all we have killed her.
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