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1  Such booing and baaing, man, you never heard.
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2  All serene, Simon, said the old man tranquilly.
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3  And I am a grandfather, said the little old man to Stephen.
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4  It had a funny face but it was very like a man with a beard.
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5  One single instant was enough for the trial of a man's soul.
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6  It is appointed unto man to die and after death the judgement.
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7  For the pious and believing catholic, for the just man, death is no cause of terror.
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8  Uncle Charles was a hale old man with a well tanned skin, rugged features and white side whiskers.
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9  There's that son of mine there not half my age and I'm a better man than he is any day of the week.
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10  The old man was a nimble walker in spite of his corns and often ten or twelve miles of the road were covered.
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11  In the vestry a plump fresh-faced jesuit and an elderly man, in shabby blue clothes, were dabbling in a case of paints and chalks.
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12  A tall man stood on the deck, looking out towards the flat dark land: and by the light at the pierhead he saw his face, the sorrowful face of Brother Michael.
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13  Another, a brisk old man, whom Mr Dedalus called Johnny Cashman, had covered him with confusion by asking him to say which were prettier, the Dublin girls or the Cork girls.
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14  The lean young man in a long overcoat, who was to give a special display of intricate club swinging, stood near watching with interest, his silver-coated clubs peeping out of his deep side-pockets.
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15  This young and brilliant nobleman and man of letters entered heart and soul into the ideas of our glorious founder and you know that he, at his own desire, was sent by saint Ignatius to preach to the Indians.
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16  While his forehead was being wrinkled and his jaws painted black and blue by the elderly man, he listened distractedly to the voice of the plump young jesuit which bade him speak up and make his points clearly.
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17  I'll sing a tenor song against him or I'll vault a five-barred gate against him or I'll run with him after the hounds across the country as I did thirty years ago along with the Kerry Boy and the best man for it.
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18  He wondered how his father, whom he knew for a shrewd suspicious man, could be duped by the servile manners of the porter; and the lively southern speech which had entertained him all the morning now irritated his ears.
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19  He wondered which was right, to be for the green or for the maroon, because Dante had ripped the green velvet back off the brush that was for Parnell one day with her scissors and had told him that Parnell was a bad man.
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20  On the way home uncle Charles would often pay a visit to the chapel and, as the font was above Stephen's reach, the old man would dip his hand and then sprinkle the water briskly about Stephen's clothes and on the floor of the porch.
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