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1  The parlor roared in the hot air.
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2  The parlor was exploding with sound.
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3  The parlor was playing a dance tune.
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4  He heard the "relatives" shouting in the parlor.
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5  The fireworks died in the parlor behind Mildred.
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6  The yammering voices stopped yelling in the parlor.
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7  As you see, my parlor is nothing but four plaster walls.
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8  The same things could be in the 'parlor families' today.'
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9  I rarely watch the 'parlor walls' or go to races or Fun Parks.'
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10  She went out of the room and did nothing to the parlor and came back.
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11  His wife in the TV parlor paused long enough from reading her script to glance up.
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12  The door to the parlor opened and Mildred stood there looking in at them, looking at Beatty and then at Montag.
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13  Montag turned and looked at his wife, who sat in the middle of the parlor talking to an announcer, who in turn was talking to her.
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14  He stared at the parlor that was dead and gray as the waters of an ocean that might teem with life if they switched on the electronic sun.
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15  He was eating a light supper at nine in the evening when the front door cried out in the hall and Mildred ran from the parlor like a native fleeing an eruption of Vesuvius.
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16  The parlor was dead and Mildred kept peering in at it with a blank expression as Montag paced the floor and came back and squatted down and read a page as many as ten times, aloud.
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17  They sat in the hall because the parlor was so empty and gray-looking without its wall lit with orange and yellow confetti and skyrockets and women in gold-mesh dresses and men in black velvet pulling one-hundred-pound rabbits from silver hats.
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