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1  You were saying, "Our aim in life."
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2  Three emotions made the ply of human life.
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3  Or perhaps not a person's life; a county's.
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4  People like ourselves, beginning life again.
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5  From that embrace another life might be born.
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6  Some were old; some were in the prime of life.
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7  At twenty-four the best days of life are over.
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8  "Albert having the time of his life," Bartholomew muttered.
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9  From the distaff of life's tangled skein, unloose her hands.
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10  Or not a life at all, but science--Eddington, Darwin, or Jeans.
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11  Condemned in life's infernal mine, condemned in solitude to pine.
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12  In real life they had never met, the long lady and the man holding his horse by the rein.
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13  It was his fault, since she had persisted in stretching his thread of life so fine, so far.
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14  The drone of the trees was in their ears; the chirp of birds; other incidents of garden life, inaudible, invisible to her in the bedroom, absorbed them.
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15  The tree became a rhapsody, a quivering cacophony, a whizz and vibrant rapture, branches, leaves, birds syllabling discordantly life, life, life, without measure, without stop devouring the tree.
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16  In the summer there were always butterflies; fritillaries darting through; Red Admirals feasting and floating; cabbage whites, unambitiously fluttering round a bush, like muslin milkmaids, content to spend a life there.
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