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1  Pleasure is Nature's test, her sign of approval.
The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde
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2  Perhaps the signs of evil had already gone away.
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3  She showed no sign of joy when her eyes rested on Romeo.
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4  When an old woman like myself blushes, it is a very bad sign.
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5  Here was an ever-present sign of the ruin men brought upon their souls.
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6  He made no sign of recognition and went on quickly in the direction of his own house.
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7  Suddenly the painter appeared at the door of the studio and made staccato signs for them to come in.
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8  There were no signs of any change when he looked into the actual painting, and yet there was no doubt that the whole expression had altered.
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9  He would examine with minute care, and sometimes with a monstrous and terrible delight, the hideous lines that seared the wrinkling forehead or crawled around the heavy sensual mouth, wondering sometimes which were the more horrible, the signs of sin or the signs of age.
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