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1  For I am naturally inventive, as you know.
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2  I suppose it was the unexpected nature of my loss that maddened me.
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3  As it seemed to me, the refined beauty and the etiolated pallor followed naturally enough.
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4  It was natural on that golden evening that I should jump at the idea of a social paradise.
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5  It's a curious thing,' said the Medical Man; 'but I certainly don't know the natural order of these flowers.
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6  It is a law of nature we overlook, that intellectual versatility is the compensation for change, danger, and trouble.
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7  Apparently this section had been devoted to natural history, but everything had long since passed out of recognition.
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8  But through a natural infirmity of the flesh, which I will explain to you in a moment, we incline to overlook this fact.
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9  We soon met others of the dainty ones, laughing and dancing in the sunlight as though there was no such thing in nature as the night.
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10  I was naturally most occupied with the growing crowd of little people, and with the big open portals that yawned before me shadowy and mysterious.
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11  I determined to put the thought of my Time Machine and the mystery of the bronze doors under the sphinx as much as possible in a corner of memory, until my growing knowledge would lead me back to them in a natural way.
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12  The arch of the doorway was richly carved, but naturally I did not observe the carving very narrowly, though I fancied I saw suggestions of old Phoenician decorations as I passed through, and it struck me that they were very badly broken and weather-worn.
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