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1  His hand went into the pocket again.
Of Mice and Men By John Steinbeck
  In CHAPTER 1
2  He put the pistol in his hip pocket.
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  In CHAPTER 3
3  Lennie reluctantly reached into his pocket.
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  In CHAPTER 1
4  His hands went quickly into his side coat pockets.
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5  "Ain't a thing in my pocket," Lennie said cleverly.
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  In CHAPTER 1
6  From his pocket Carlson took a little leather thong.
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  In CHAPTER 3
7  The boss deliberately put the little book in his pocket.
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  In CHAPTER 2
8  From his side pocket he brought out two spoons and passed one of them to Lennie.
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  In CHAPTER 1
9  He pulled his time book out of his pocket and opened it where a pencil was stuck between the leaves.
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  In CHAPTER 2
10  The old man put the yellow can in his pocket, and he rubbed his bristly white whiskers with his knuckles.
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  In CHAPTER 2
11  She wore thick bull's-eye glasses and she wore a huge gingham apron with pockets, and she was starched and clean.
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  In CHAPTER 6
12  He reached in his side pocket and brought out Carlson's Luger; he snapped off the safety, and the hand and gun lay on the ground behind Lennie's back.
Of Mice and Men By John Steinbeck
  In CHAPTER 6