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1  The silence came into the room.
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2  The silence was in the room again.
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3  The silence fell on the room again.
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4  The silence fell on the room again.
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5  Curley burst into the room excitedly.
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6  The old man came slowly into the room.
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7  Lennie fairly scuttled out of the room.
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8  It came out of the night and invaded the room.
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9  Slim followed the stable buck out of the room.
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10  If he comes in here you move clear to the other side of the room.
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11  Curley popped into the doorway again and stood looking into the room.
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12  The boss stepped into the room with the short, quick steps of a fat-legged man.
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13  We don't have to sit in no bar room blowin in our jack jus' because we got no place else to go.
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14  The dog struggled lamely to the side of the room and lay down, grunting softly to himself and licking his grizzled, moth-eaten coat.
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15  When he had finished combing his hair he moved into the room, and he moved with a majesty only achieved by royalty and master craftsmen.
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16  In the middle of the room stood a big square table littered with playing cards, and around it were grouped boxes for the players to sit on.
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17  He rippled the edge of the deck nervously, and the little snapping noise drew the eyes of all the men in the room, so that he stopped doing it.
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