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1  It seemed that Nature could not be quite ready to kill him.
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2  The youth, forgetting his neat plan of getting killed, gazed spell bound.
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3  The captain of the youth's company had been killed in an early part of the action.
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4  Or, perhaps, they thought it would be too ironical to get killed at the portals of safety.
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5  Once he thought he had concluded that it would be better to get killed directly and end his troubles.
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6  It's a pity old Grandpa Henderson got killed yestirday--he'd have known that we did our best and fought good.
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7  They must not all be killed like pigs; and he was sure it would come to pass unless they were informed of these dangers.
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8  It was perhaps that they dreaded to be killed in insignificant ways after the times for proper military deaths had passed.
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9  They might have been killed by lucky chances, he said, before they had had opportunities to flee or before they had been really tested.
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10  Regarding death thus out of the corner of his eye, he conceived it to be nothing but rest, and he was filled with a momentary astonishment that he should have made an extraordinary commotion over the mere matter of getting killed.
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11  Swift pictures of himself, apart, yet in himself, came to him--a blue desperate figure leading lurid charges with one knee forward and a broken blade high--a blue, determined figure standing before a crimson and steel assault, getting calmly killed on a high place before the eyes of all.
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