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1  I could hardly stand it when he left school.
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  In Chapter 1
2  On school nights I could hardly leave the house.
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  In Chapter 1
3  I might wait till you get out of school, though.
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  In Chapter 1
4  I'd seen her before; she was a cheerleader at our school.
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  In Chapter 2
5  Soda's enough, and I'd have him until I got out of school.
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  In Chapter 1
6  He was tacky, smart, and Soda's best buddy since grade school.
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  In Chapter 1
7  He liked fights, blondes, and for some unfathomable reason, school.
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  In Chapter 1
8  After she gets out of school and I get a better job and everything.
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  In Chapter 1
9  "You don't look old enough to be going to high school," the dark-haired girl said.
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  In Chapter 2
10  We were having a school picnic up here and the first thing we knew, the place is burning up.
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  In Chapter 6
11  He never hollered at Sodapop--- not even when Soda dropped out of school or got tickets for speeding.
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  In Chapter 1
12  if I see you in the hall at school or someplace and don't say hi, well, it's not personal or anything, but.
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  In Chapter 3
13  He had been a real popular guy in school; he was captain of the football team and he had been voted Boy of the Year.
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  In Chapter 1
14  Johnny had failed a year in school and never made good grades--- he couldn't grasp anything that was shoved at him too fast, and I guess his teachers thought he was just plain dumb.
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  In Chapter 5
15  We rarely fought among ourselves--- Darry was the unofficial leader, since he kept his head best, Soda and Steve had been best friends since grade school and never fought, and Two-Bit was just too lazy to argue with anyone.
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  In Chapter 6
16  Once, while Dallas was in reform school, Sylvia had started hanging on to Johnny and sweet talking him and Steve got hold of her and told her if she tried any of her tricks with Johnny he'd personally beat the tar out of her.
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  In Chapter 2
17  a dropout so he could get a job and keep me in school, and Darry, getting old before his time trying to run a family and hold on to two jobs and never having any fun--- while the Socs had so much spare time and money that they jumped us and each other for kicks, had beer blasts and river-bottom parties because they didn't know what else to do.
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  In Chapter 3
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