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 Current Search - lieutenant in A Farewell to Arms
1  "I'll be right here, lieutenant," he said.
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2  "It is very valuable," said the lieutenant.
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3  "Hi," the lieutenant called to the soldier.
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4  "I will get it for you," said the lieutenant.
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5  "He should visit Amalfi," said the lieutenant.
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6  "The lieutenant is an American," Bonello said.
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7  "Thank you very much," I said to the lieutenant.
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8  "I believe in the Free Masons," the lieutenant said.
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9  The lieutenant, Rinaldi, lay asleep on the other bed.
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10  "You will please stay where you are," the lieutenant said.
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11  "I would like to go with you and show you things," the lieutenant said.
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12  In the custom house a lieutenant, very thin and military, questioned us.
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13  The room I shared with the lieutenant Rinaldi looked out on the courtyard.
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14  The thin lieutenant came down the length of the custom house, holding our passports.
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