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1  I saw Mr. Lloyd smile and frown at the same time.
Jane Eyre By Charlotte Bronte
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2  Again she looked at me; and with the same scrutinising and conscious eye.
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3  It is to be feared the same could not be said of you were you to be called hence.
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4  Bessie now returned; at the same moment the carriage was heard rolling up the gravel-walk.
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5  , and sent me to sit in a quiet corner of the schoolroom, with directions to hem the same.
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6  Mrs. Reed looked up from her work; her eye settled on mine, her fingers at the same time suspended their nimble movements.
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7  I had nothing to say to these words: they were not new to me: my very first recollections of existence included hints of the same kind.
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8  From the day she left I was no longer the same: with her was gone every settled feeling, every association that had made Lowood in some degree a home to me.
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9  On the neck lay a pale reflection like moonlight; the same faint lustre touched the train of thin clouds from which rose and bowed this vision of the Evening Star.
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10  He had been looking two minutes at the fire, and I had been looking the same length of time at him, when, turning suddenly, he caught my gaze fastened on his physiognomy.
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11  It was too far to return to dinner, and an allowance of cold meat and bread, in the same penurious proportion observed in our ordinary meals, was served round between the services.
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12  A long stride measured the schoolroom, and presently beside Miss Temple, who herself had risen, stood the same black column which had frowned on me so ominously from the hearthrug of Gateshead.
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13  I was not free to resume the interrupted chain of my reflections till bedtime: even then a teacher who occupied the same room with me kept me from the subject to which I longed to recur, by a prolonged effusion of small talk.
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14  I turned, and Miss Ingram darted forwards from her sofa: the others, too, looked up from their several occupations; for at the same time a crunching of wheels and a splashing tramp of horse-hoofs became audible on the wet gravel.
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15  Hitherto, while gathering up the discourse of Mr. Brocklehurst and Miss Temple, I had not, at the same time, neglected precautions to secure my personal safety; which I thought would be effected, if I could only elude observation.
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16  Not a hint, however, did she drop about sending me to school: still I felt an instinctive certainty that she would not long endure me under the same roof with her; for her glance, now more than ever, when turned on me, expressed an insuperable and rooted aversion.
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17  She had Roman features and a double chin, disappearing into a throat like a pillar: these features appeared to me not only inflated and darkened, but even furrowed with pride; and the chin was sustained by the same principle, in a position of almost preternatural erectness.
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