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1  The boys bent their heads together and scarcely breathed.
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2  There was scarcely an interruption from any one to break the charm of its flow.
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3  By and by, out of the stillness, little, scarcely perceptible noises began to emphasize themselves.
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4  It was a great many years ago, and I can scarcely remember anything about it, but I think it was in some foreign country.
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5  A very little boy stood up and sheepishly recited, "You'd scarce expect one of my age to speak in public on the stage," etc.
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6  Still drifting along and talking, they scarcely noticed that they were now in a part of the cave whose walls were not frescoed.
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7  The accidental discovery, just made, that the proprietor of the Temperance Tavern kept liquor on his premises, scarcely fluttered the public pulse, tremendous as the fact was.
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8  Every pore inside the boys' cheeks became a spouting fountain; they could scarcely bail out the cellars under their tongues fast enough to prevent an inundation; little overflowings down their throats occurred in spite of all they could do, and sudden retchings followed every time.
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