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1  The good writers touch life often.
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2  Below, the orange dragon coughed to life.
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3  And now here I am, messing up your life, too.
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4  Well, this fire'll last me the rest of my life.
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5  He had never thought in his life that it could give as well as take.
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6  You'd find life under the glass, streaming past in infinite profusion.
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7  After a long time of floating on the land and a short time of floating in the river he knew why he must never burn again in his life.
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8  And if there were, it would be related to the great sloth which hangs upside down in a tree all day every day, sleeping its life away.
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9  He stared at the parlor that was dead and gray as the waters of an ocean that might teem with life if they switched on the electronic sun.
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10  The more pores, the more truthfully recorded details of life per square inch you can get on a sheet of paper, the more 'literary' you are.
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11  The breath coming out the nostrils was so faint it stirred only the furthest fringes of life, a small leaf, a black feather, a single fiber of hair.
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12  A great earthquake had come with fire and leveled the house and Mildred was under there somewhere and his entire life under there and he could not move.
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13  Two moonstones looked up at him in the light of his small hand-held fire; two pale moonstones buried in a creek of clear water over which the life of the world ran, not touching them.
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14  And on either side of the river was there a tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month; And the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.
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15  But my uncle says that was merely rationalizing it; the real reason, hidden underneath, might be they didn't want people sitting like that, doing nothing, rocking, talking; that was the wrong kind of social life.
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16  If Beatty so much as breathed on them, Montag felt that his hands might wither, turn over on their sides, and never be shocked to life again; they would be buried the rest of his life in his coat sleeves, forgotten.
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17  He tried to piece it all together, to go back to the normal pattern of life a few short days ago before the sieve and the sand, Denham's Dentifrice, moth voices, fireflies, the alarms and excursions, too much for a few short days, too much, indeed, for a lifetime.
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