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1  Because I had a wire from Hilton Cubitt this morning.
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Get Context   In III. THE ADVENTURE OF THE DANCING MEN
2  "You will hear and see enough before morning," he answered.
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Get Context   In I. THE ADVENTURE OF THE EMPTY HOUSE
3  Why, Mr. Holmes, the crime was only committed at three this morning.
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4  With that man in the field, one's morning paper presented infinite possibilities.
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Get Context   In II. THE ADVENTURE OF THE NORWOOD BUILDER
5  "Then we shall breakfast early and take the very first in the morning," said Holmes.
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6  None did come for a week, and then yesterday morning I found this paper lying on the sundial in the garden.
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7  The carpet round his chair was littered with cigarette-ends and with the early editions of the morning papers.
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8  When I got back after my visit to you, the very first thing I saw next morning was a fresh crop of dancing men.
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9  All was quiet with him, save that a long inscription had appeared that morning upon the pedestal of the sundial.
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10  I was not surprised, therefore, when this morning he left his untouched meal behind him, and started with me for Norwood.
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11  If you had looked at it, sir, you would have seen at a glance what the errand is on which I have come to you this morning.
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12  Late last night, or early this morning, an incident occurred at Lower Norwood which points, it is feared, to a serious crime.
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13  They had spent the morning raking among the ashes of the burned wood-pile, and besides the charred organic remains they had secured several discoloured metal discs.
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14  About two in the morning I was seated by the window, all being dark save for the moonlight outside, when I heard steps behind me, and there was my wife in her dressing-gown.
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15  She said that she would come down when her husband was asleep at three in the morning, and speak with me through the end window, if I would go away afterwards and leave her in peace.
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16  He had been uneasy during all our journey from town, and I had observed that he had turned over the morning papers with anxious attention, but now this sudden realization of his worst fears left him in a blank melancholy.
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17  Mr. Sherlock Holmes was leaning back in his chair after his whimsical protest, and was unfolding his morning paper in a leisurely fashion, when our attention was arrested by a tremendous ring at the bell, followed immediately by a hollow drumming sound, as if someone were beating on the outer door with his fist.
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