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1  That was all left for next year.
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2  We all got up and left the table.
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3  After a while we said good-night and left.
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4  The drivers were pleased with it and I left them there.
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5  It was all as I had left it except that now it was spring.
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6  If you lay on your left side you could see the dressing-room door.
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7  It took the enamel off your teeth and left it on the roof of your mouth.
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8  At dinner I ate very quickly and left for the villa where the British had their hospital.
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9  The night before I left the field hospital Rinaldi came in to see me with the major from our mess.
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10  His right hand left the wheel and opened a button on his tunic and pulled it out from under his shirt.
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11  There was what was left of a railway station and a smashed permanent bridge that could not be repaired and used because it was in plain sight.
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12  The priest was young and blushed easily and wore a uniform like the rest of us but with a cross in dark red velvet above the left breast pocket of his gray tunic.
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13  At this point the priest left and I told the story about the travelling salesman who arrived at five o'clock in the morning at Marseilles when the mistral was blowing.
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14  I left them working, the car looking disgraced and empty with the engine open and parts spread on the work bench, and went in under the shed and looked at each of the cars.
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15  Jt was warm and like the spring and I walked down the alleyway of trees, warmed from the sun on the wall, and found we still lived in the same house and that it all looked the same as when I had left it.
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16  They took off my trousers and the medical captain commenced dictating to the sergeant-adjutant while he worked, "Multiple superficial wounds of the left and right thigh and left and right knee and right foot."
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17  I went along the narrow road down toward the river, left the car at the dressing station under the hill, crossed the pontoon bridge, which was protected by a shoulder of the mountain, and went through the trenches in the smashed-down town and along the edge of the slope.
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