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1  His photograph appeared everywhere.
Lady Chatterley's Lover By D H Lawrence
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2  He looked at the photograph with amusement.
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3  He stood up on the chair, and lifted down the photograph.
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4  He twisted round again and looked at the enlarged photograph.
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5  But even in the photograph his eyes were alert and dauntless.
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6  I see your photograph, and Sir Clifford's, in the illustrated papers sometimes.
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7  Other evidence she did not find, at least for some days, when she began to howl about the burnt photograph.
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8  He broke the cardboard photograph and mount over his knee, and when it was small enough, put it on the fire.
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9  Leslie Winter was attached to Clifford, but personally did not entertain a great respect for him, because of the photographs in illustrated papers and the literature.
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10  She was thrilled by her contact with a man of the upper class, this titled gentleman, this author who could write books and poems, and whose photograph appeared in the illustrated newspapers.
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