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1  Johnny was the only thing Dally loved.
The Outsiders By S. E. Hinton
  In Chapter 10
2  He could never love Cherry Valance back.
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  In Chapter 4
3  It would be a miracle if Dally loved anything.
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  In Chapter 4
4  "I could fall in love with Dallas Winston," she said.
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  In Chapter 3
5  Darry doesn't love anyone or anything, except maybe Soda.
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  In Chapter 1
6  But although I love baked chicken, I could hardly swallow any.
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  In Chapter 9
7  I love Soda more than I've ever loved anyone, even Mom and Dad.
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  In Chapter 1
8  I love Soda more than I've ever loved anyone, even Mom and Dad.
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  In Chapter 1
9  It's just because you're the baby--- I mean, he loves you a lot.
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  In Chapter 1
10  That was his silent fear then--- of losing another person he loved.
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  In Chapter 6
11  I know I'm too young to be in love and all that, but Bob was something special.
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  In Chapter 8
12  We really didn't have to twist his arm; Darry loves chocolate cake as much as we do.
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  In Chapter 7
13  If it hadn't been for the gang, Johnny would never have known what love and affection are.
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  In Chapter 1
14  We couldn't watch the sunset, since the back faced east, but I loved to look at the colors of the fields and the soft shadings of the horizon.
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  In Chapter 5
15  As Johnny told him the story, I studied Dally, trying to figure out what there was about this tough-looking hood that a girl like Cherry Valance could love.
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  In Chapter 4
16  I thought about it for a minute--- Darry and Sodapop were my bothers and I loved both of them, even if Darry did scare me; but not even Soda could take Mom and Dad's place.
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  In Chapter 6
17  I couldn't just take it or leave it, like Two-Bit, or ignore it and love life anyway, like Sodapop, or harden myself beyond caring, like Dally, or actually enjoy it, like Tim Shepard.
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  In Chapter 3
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