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1  Carol picked at Kennicott's sleeve.
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2  Her cheek near his sleeve, she studied a dozen village pictures.
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3  He had a golf jacket of jersey, worn through at the creases in the sleeves.
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4  He came to supper in his shirt sleeves, his vest partly open, revealing discolored suspenders.
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5  Through her thin linen sleeve she could feel the crumply warmth of his familiar brown jersey coat.
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6  A man in shirt sleeves, presumably Del Snafflin the proprietor, shaving a man who had a large Adam's apple.
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7  He turned and plodded back, a ponderous furry figure, holding the horses' bridles, Carol's hand dragging at his sleeve.
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8  His coat off, his sleeves rolled up, he was scrubbing his hands in a tin basin in the sink, using the bar of yellow kitchen soap.
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9  But he said nothing, nor she; he patted her sleeve, she returned the pat, and they crossed the railroad tracks, found a road, clumped toward open country.
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10  But she exclaimed over the lakes: dark water reflecting wooded bluffs, a flight of ducks, a fisherman in shirt sleeves and a wide straw hat, holding up a string of croppies.
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11  From the vestibule she waved to them, but she clung a second to the sleeve of the brakeman who helped her down before she had the courage to dive into the cataract of hand-shaking people, people whom she could not tell apart.
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12  Sunday mornings Carol heard him trudging up to the attic and there, an hour later, she found him turning over boots, wooden duck-decoys, lunch-boxes, or reflectively squinting at old shells, rubbing their brass caps with his sleeve and shaking his head as he thought about their uselessness.
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