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1  Once you are married you are done for, it said.
Dubliners By James Joyce
Get Context   In THE BOARDING HOUSE
2  "Maybe she thinks you'll marry her," said Lenehan.
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Get Context   In TWO GALLANTS
3  His instinct urged him to remain free, not to marry.
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Get Context   In THE BOARDING HOUSE
4  After a quarter of a century of married life, she had very few illusions left.
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Get Context   In GRACE
5  She had married her father's foreman and opened a butcher's shop near Spring Gardens.
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Get Context   In THE BOARDING HOUSE
6  She lived with her married daughter in Glasgow and came to Dublin on a visit once a year.
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Get Context   In THE DEAD
7  People had great sympathy with him, for it was known that he had married an unpresentable woman who was an incurable drunkard.
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Get Context   In GRACE
8  They had been married for twenty-two years and had lived happily until about two years ago when his wife began to be rather intemperate in her habits.
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Get Context   In A PAINFUL CASE
9  After the first year of married life, Mrs. Kearney perceived that such a man would wear better than a romantic person, but she never put her own romantic ideas away.
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Get Context   In A MOTHER
10  However, when she drew near the limit and her friends began to loosen their tongues about her, she silenced them by marrying Mr. Kearney, who was a bootmaker on Ormond Quay.
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Get Context   In A MOTHER
11  O'Halloran said that he and Leonard would go, but that Farrington wouldn't go because he was a married man; and Farrington's heavy dirty eyes leered at the company in token that he understood he was being chaffed.
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Get Context   In COUNTERPARTS