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1  We did not have a strike though we saw some circles on the water from rising fish.
A Farewell to Arms By Ernest Hemingway
  In BOOK 4: 35
2  He held the boat, it rising and falling against the stone wall and I helped Catherine in.
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  In BOOK 4: 36
3  The fields were bare and wet; a long way away I could see a campanile rising out of the plain.
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  In BOOK 3: 31
4  Rinaldi took the note, folded it without rising from the bed and slid it in his breeches pocket.
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  In BOOK 1: 3
5  The road curved and we saw the three cars looking quite small, the dust rising from the wheels and going off through the trees.
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  In BOOK 1: 8
6  The moon was supposed to rise but there was a mist over the town and it did not come up and in a little while it started to drizzle and we came in.
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  In BOOK 2: 19
7  Before daylight we were stalled again and when it was light we were at a little rise in the ground and I saw the road of the retreat stretched out far ahead, everything stationary except for the infantry filtering through.
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  In BOOK 3: 28
8  The trunks of the trees too were dusty and the leaves fell early that year and we saw the troops marching along the road and the dust rising and leaves, stirred by the breeze, falling and the soldiers marching and afterward the road bare and white except for the leaves.
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  In BOOK 1: 1