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1  She was the first person in a good many years I've really liked.
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2  And don't look to be saved in any one thing, person, machine, or library.
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3  Pick up that town, almost, and flip the pages, so many pages to a person.
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4  Blow your nose on a person, wad them, flush them away, reach for another, blow, wad, flush.
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5  We're stopped and searched occasionally, but there's nothing on our persons to incriminate us.
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6  The war would have to wait for him to come to it in his personal file, an hour, two hours from now.
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7  He stood very straight and listened to the person on the dark bed in the completely featureless night.
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8  Five minutes after a person is dead he's on his way to the Big Flue, the Incinerators serviced by helicopters all over the country.
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9  The impersonal operator of the machine could, by wearing a special optical helmet, gaze into the soul of the person whom he was pumping out.
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10  Perhaps his nose detected a faint perfume, perhaps the skin on the backs of his hands, on his face, felt the temperature rise at this one spot where a person's standing might raise the immediate atmosphere ten degrees for an instant.
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