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1  He hasn't come home since the morning, so he may go without 'em.'
Oliver Twist By Charles Dickens
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2  The board presented it to me on Newyear's morning, Mr. Sowerberry.
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3  It was late next morning when Oliver awoke, from a sound, long sleep.
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4  At length, one morning, Oliver obtained the permission he had so eagerly sought.
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5  'So you'll begin to pick oakum to-morrow morning at six o'clock,' added the surly one in the white waistcoat.
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6  Early on the seventh morning after he had left his native place, Oliver limped slowly into the little town of Barnet.
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7  When the night came, he turned into a meadow; and, creeping close under a hay-rick, determined to lie there, till morning.
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8  Another night passed in the bleak damp air, made him worse; when he set forward on his journey next morning he could hardly crawl along.
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9  It was most intolerably dirty; for it was Monday morning; and it had been tenanted by six drunken people, who had been locked up, elsewhere, since Saturday night.
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10  The next morning, the public were once informed that Oliver Twist was again To Let, and that five pounds would be paid to anybody who would take possession of him.
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11  He felt cold and stiff, when he got up next morning, and so hungry that he was obliged to exchange the penny for a small loaf, in the very first village through which he passed.
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12  Having availed himself of the expiring light of the candle to tie up in a handkerchief the few articles of wearing apparel he had, sat himself down upon a bench, to wait for morning.
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13  Oliver was awakened in the morning, by a loud kicking at the outside of the shop-door: which, before he could huddle on his clothes, was repeated, in an angry and impetuous manner, about twenty-five times.
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14  Oliver was ordered into instant confinement; and a bill was next morning pasted on the outside of the gate, offering a reward of five pounds to anybody who would take Oliver Twist off the hands of the parish.
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15  Half an hour after breakfast next morning, Mr. Bumble entered the shop; and supporting his cane against the counter, drew forth his large leathern pocket-book: from which he selected a small scrap of paper, which he handed over to Sowerberry.
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16  As for exercise, it was nice cold weather, and he was allowed to perform his ablutions every morning under the pump, in a stone yard, in the presence of Mr. Bumble, who prevented his catching cold, and caused a tingling sensation to pervade his frame, by repeated applications of the cane.
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17  It chanced one morning, while Oliver's affairs were in this auspicious and comfortable state, that Mr. Gamfield, chimney-sweep, went his way down the High Street, deeply cogitating in his mind his ways and means of paying certain arrears of rent, for which his landlord had become rather pressing.
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