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1  It made a roar like a train at night.
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2  There was a cold night smell in the chapel.
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3  A voice bade the boys in the dormitory good night.
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4  The sea was cold day and night: but it was colder at night.
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5  He saw the sea of waves, long dark waves rising and falling, dark under the moonless night.
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6  There was cold night air in the chapel and the marbles were the colour the sea was at night.
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7  That night at Dalkey the train had roared like that and then, when it went into the tunnel, the roar stopped.
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8  Fleming had a box of crayons and one night during free study he had coloured the earth green and the clouds maroon.
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9  The bell rang for night prayers and he filed out of the study hall after the others and down the staircase and along the corridors to the chapel.
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10  And that night Mr Casey had not gone to Dublin by train but a car had come to the door and he had heard his father say something about the Cabinteely road.
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11  It was the night of the match against the Bective Rangers; and the ball was made just like a red and green apple only it opened and it was full of the creamy sweets.
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12  It would be lovely to sleep for one night in that cottage before the fire of smoking turf, in the dark lit by the fire, in the warm dark, breathing the smell of the peasants, air and rain and turf and corduroy.
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13  At night he built up on the parlour table an image of the wonderful island cave out of transfers and paper flowers and coloured tissue paper and strips of the silver and golden paper in which chocolate is wrapped.
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14  Simon Moonan had nice clothes and one night he had shown him a ball of creamy sweets that the fellows of the football fifteen had rolled down to him along the carpet in the middle of the refectory when he was at the door.
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15  That was what he had been in prison for and he remembered that one night Sergeant O'Neill had come to the house and had stood in the hall, talking in a low voice with his father and chewing nervously at the chinstrap of his cap.
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16  He was for Ireland and Parnell and so was his father: and so was Dante too for one night at the band on the esplanade she had hit a gentleman on the head with her umbrella because he had taken off his hat when the band played GOD SAVE THE QUEEN at the end.
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17  That must have been a terrible sin, to go in there quietly at night, to open the dark press and steal the flashing gold thing into which God was put on the altar in the middle of flowers and candles at benediction while the incense went up in clouds at both sides as the fellow swung the censer and Dominic Kelly sang the first part by himself in the choir.
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