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1  The fellows had seen him running.
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2  It was not a cod because they had run away.
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3  Then would begin Stephen's run round the park.
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4  Perhaps they had stolen a monstrance to run away with and sell it somewhere.
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5  He crept about from point to point on the fringe of his line, making little runs now and then.
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6  If you think I have an excrementitious intelligence run after Donovan and ask him to listen to you.
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7  There was a noise of curtain-rings running back along the rods, of water being splashed in the basins.
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8  A waiter was running up a trail of bunting on the flagstaff and a fox terrier was scampering to and fro on the sunny lawn.
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9  He could stand up, put one foot before the other and walk out softly and then run, run, run swiftly through the dark streets.
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10  He broke into a run and, running quicker and quicker, ran across the cinderpath and reached the third line playground, panting.
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11  He broke into a run and, running quicker and quicker, ran across the cinderpath and reached the third line playground, panting.
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12  He kept on the fringe of his line, out of sight of his prefect, out of the reach of the rude feet, feigning to run now and then.
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13  She had said that pockets were funny things to have: and then all of a sudden she had broken away and had run laughing down the sloping curve of the path.
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14  All the filth of the world, all the offal and scum of the world, we are told, shall run there as to a vast reeking sewer when the terrible conflagration of the last day has purged the world.
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15  I'll sing a tenor song against him or I'll vault a five-barred gate against him or I'll run with him after the hounds across the country as I did thirty years ago along with the Kerry Boy and the best man for it.
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16  One of the first examples that he had learnt in Latin had run: INDIA MITTIT EBUR; and he recalled the shrewd northern face of the rector who had taught him to construe the Metamorphoses of Ovid in a courtly English, made whimsical by the mention of porkers and potsherds and chines of bacon.
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17  And he remembered the day when he and Eileen had stood looking into the hotel grounds, watching the waiters running up a trail of bunting on the flagstaff and the fox terrier scampering to and fro on the sunny lawn and how, all of a sudden, she had broken out into a peal of laughter and had run down the sloping curve of the path.
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