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1  Guy of Guisborne wants no man's pass.
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2  Oh, he was the noblest man that ever was.
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3  He lets me, and so does his pap's nigger man, Uncle Jake.
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4  Tom resolved that he would never trust a man like that again.
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5  The artist erected a man in the front yard, that resembled a derrick.
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6  The man moaned, writhed a little, and his face came into the moonlight.
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7  Jeff Thatcher immediately went forward, to be familiar with the great man and be envied by the school.
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8  The Judge put his hand on Tom's head and called him a fine little man, and asked him what his name was.
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9  He felt sure he never could draw a safe breath again until that man was dead and he had seen the corpse.
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10  The boys' hearts had stood still, and their hopes too, when the man moved, but their fears passed away now.
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11  He banged at the door, and presently the heads of the old man and his two stalwart sons were thrust from windows.
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12  Well-a-well, man that is born of woman is of few days and full of trouble, as the Scripture says, and I reckon it's so.
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13  When he stood before the murdered man, he shook as with a palsy, and he put his face in his hands and burst into tears.
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14  Two or three minutes later the murdered man, the blanketed corpse, the lidless coffin, and the open grave were under no inspection but the moon's.
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15  No need of the as yet un-dreamed-of telegraph; the tale flew from man to man, from group to group, from house to house, with little less than telegraphic speed.
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16  Mary took him in hand, and when she was done with him he was a man and a brother, without distinction of color, and his saturated hair was neatly brushed, and its short curls wrought into a dainty and symmetrical general effect.
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17  Every stump that started up in their path seemed a man and an enemy, and made them catch their breath; and as they sped by some outlying cottages that lay near the village, the barking of the aroused watch-dogs seemed to give wings to their feet.
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