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1  Look at that paper you hold in your hand.
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2  Now, take this piece of paper in your hand.
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3  I took it out of the paper, and it proved to be a good one.
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4  He looked it out from a handful of small change, folded it in some crumpled paper, and gave it to me.
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5  In the mean time, Wemmick was diving into his coat-pockets, and getting something out of paper there.
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6  He took out of his pocket a great thick pocket-book, bursting with papers, and tossed it on the table.
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7  Only tip him a nod every now and then when he looks off his paper," said Wemmick, "and he'll be as happy as a king.
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8  Dinner over, we produced a bundle of pens, a copious supply of ink, and a goodly show of writing and blotting paper.
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9  So she sat, corpse-like, as we played at cards; the frillings and trimmings on her bridal dress, looking like earthy paper.
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10  On these occasions, Wemmick took his books and papers into Mr. Jaggers's room, and one of the up-stairs clerks came down into the outer office.
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11  Then my sister sealed them up in a piece of paper, and put them under some dried rose-leaves in an ornamental teapot on the top of a press in the state parlor.
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12  In a corner was a little table of papers with a shaded lamp: so that he seemed to bring the office home with him in that respect too, and to wheel it out of an evening and fall to work.
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13  We all three went to it, behind the wire blind, and presently saw the client go by in an accidental manner, with a murderous-looking tall individual, in a short suit of white linen and a paper cap.
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14  A folded piece of paper in one of them attracting my attention, I opened it and found it to be the play-bill I had received from Joe, relative to the celebrated provincial amateur of Roscian renown.
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15  Each of us would then refer to a confused heap of papers at his side, which had been thrown into drawers, worn into holes in pockets, half burnt in lighting candles, stuck for weeks into the looking-glass, and otherwise damaged.
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16  A figure all in yellow white, with but one shoe to the feet; and it hung so, that I could see that the faded trimmings of the dress were like earthy paper, and that the face was Miss Havisham's, with a movement going over the whole countenance as if she were trying to call to me.
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17  It appeared to me that he must be a very happy man indeed, to have so many little drawers in his shop; and I wondered when I peeped into one or two on the lower tiers, and saw the tied-up brown paper packets inside, whether the flower-seeds and bulbs ever wanted of a fine day to break out of those jails, and bloom.
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