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1  Then he rubbed himself having shut the door of the hut.
Lady Chatterley's Lover By D H Lawrence
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2  And she went on busily rubbing her head, while he busily rubbed his.
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3  And she went on busily rubbing her head, while he busily rubbed his.
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4  He took the old sheet and rubbed her down, she standing like a child.
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5  He got up and threw off his pyjamas, and rubbed himself with a towel.
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6  She ducked her head in the other end of the sheet, and rubbed her wet hair.
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7  She softly rubbed her cheek on his belly, and gathered his balls in her hand.
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8  He bent down and kissed her soft flank, rubbed his cheek against it, then covered it up.
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9  And he stood up, pushing back his hat from his forehead, rubbing his brow and apparently studying.
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10  He put his face down and rubbed his cheek against her belly and against her thighs again and again.
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11  He wasn't so very different from the colliers after all, when you lathered his chin, and softly rubbed the bristles.
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12  And it came back on her like a raving necessity, she had to let herself go, and tear, tear, tear, as if she had no sensation in her except in the top of her beak, the very outside top tip, that rubbed and tore.
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