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1  Stephen stood with Lynch till the score began to rise.
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2  A remembrance of some of his lines made a sudden flush rise to his painted cheeks.
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3  He saw the sea of waves, long dark waves rising and falling, dark under the moonless night.
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4  From another window open to the air came the sound of a piano, scale after scale rising into the treble.
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5  His face was glowing with anger and Stephen felt the glow rise to his own cheek as the spoken words thrilled him.
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6  He told himself calmly that those words had absolutely no sense which had seemed to rise murmurously from the dark.
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7  The faint Sour stink of rotted cabbages came towards him from the kitchen gardens on the rising ground above the river.
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8  The rector looked at him in silence and he could feel the blood rising to his face and the tears about to rise to his eyes.
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9  The rector looked at him in silence and he could feel the blood rising to his face and the tears about to rise to his eyes.
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10  The water would rise inch by inch, covering the grass and shrubs, covering the trees and houses, covering the monuments and the mountain tops.
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11  There was a noise of rising and dressing and washing in the dormitory: a noise of clapping of hands as the prefect went up and down telling the fellows to look sharp.
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12  If at moments he felt an impulse to rise from his post of honour and, confessing before them all his unworthiness, to leave the chapel, a glance at their faces restrained him.
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13  But the trees in Stephen's Green were fragrant of rain and the rain-sodden earth gave forth its mortal odour, a faint incense rising upward through the mould from many hearts.
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14  Her round arms held him firmly to her and he, seeing her face lifted to him in serious calm and feeling the warm calm rise and fall of her breast, all but burst into hysterical weeping.
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15  He saw himself rising in the cold of the morning and filing down with the others to early mass and trying vainly to struggle with his prayers against the fainting sickness of his stomach.
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16  A second laugh, taking rise from the first after a pause, broke from him involuntarily as he thought of how the man with the hat worked, considering in turn the four points of the sky and then regretfully plunging his spade in the earth.
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17  The soul of the gallant venal city which his elders had told him of had shrunk with time to a faint mortal odour rising from the earth and he knew that in a moment when he entered the sombre college he would be conscious of a corruption other than that of Buck Egan and Burnchapel Whaley.
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