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1  You always read as a black's a man an a brother.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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2  Mary knew the fair young man who looked like a boy.
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3  "Awfully," the young man answered in a trembling voice.
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4  The young man whose name was Barney looked at her very sadly.
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5  Birds is rare choosers an a robin can flout a body worse than a man.
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6  Then the old man's face wrinkled itself slowly into a new expression.
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7  A neat, thin old man stood near the manservant who opened the door for them.
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8  She could not understand how such a surly man could make such a coaxing sound.
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9  A man was sitting in an armchair before the fire, and Mrs. Medlock spoke to him.
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10  She was with a fair young man and they stood talking together in low strange voices.
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11  The first man who came in was a large officer she had once seen talking to her father.
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12  She walked back into the first kitchen-garden she had entered and found the old man digging there.
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13  "Here he is," chuckled the old man, and then he spoke to the bird as if he were speaking to a child.
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14  Presently an old man with a spade over his shoulder walked through the door leading from the second garden.
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15  It is a Yorkshire habit to say what you think with blunt frankness, and old Ben Weatherstaff was a Yorkshire moor man.
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16  She had on her best black dress and cap, and her collar was fastened with a large brooch with a picture of a man's face on it.
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17  She could see that the man in the chair was not so much a hunchback as a man with high, rather crooked shoulders, and he had black hair streaked with white.
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18  At that very moment such a loud sound of wailing broke out from the servants' quarters that she clutched the young man's arm, and Mary stood shivering from head to foot.
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19  If this tiresome hysterical boy should chance to get well he himself would lose all chance of inheriting Misselthwaite; but he was not an unscrupulous man, though he was a weak one, and he did not intend to let him run into actual danger.
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20  He did not know that when she first saw him she spoke to him as she would have spoken to a native, and had not known that a cross, sturdy old Yorkshire man was not accustomed to salaam to his masters, and be merely commanded by them to do things.
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