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1  The smile waned on Stephen's face.
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2  This second proof of Lynch's culture made Stephen smile again.
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3  A smile flew across Stephen's face as he thought of his friend's studies.
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4  He answered the greeting and saw a silly smile break over the face in the doorway.
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5  He smiled to think how the silvery noise which Mr Casey used to make had deceived him.
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6  A little wave of quiet mirth broke forth over the class of boys from the rector's grim smile.
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7  He was watching Cranly's firm-featured suffering face, lit up now by a smile of false patience.
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8  Stephen shook his head and smiled in his rival's flushed and mobile face, beaked like a bird's.
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9  Under the dome of his tiny hat his unshaven face began to smile with pleasure and he was heard to murmur.
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10  And Stephen smiled too for he knew now that it was not true that Mr Casey had a purse of silver in his throat.
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11  He turned towards his friend's face and saw there a raw smile which some force of will strove to make finely significant.
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12  Stephen's face gave back the priest's indulgent smile and, not being anxious to give an opinion, he made a slight dubitative movement with his lips.
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13  He scarcely resented what had seemed to him a silly indelicateness for he knew that the adventure in his mind stood in no danger from these words: and his face mirrored his rival's false smile.
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14  Stephen smiled again in answer to the smile which he could not see on the priest's shadowed face, its image or spectre only passing rapidly across his mind as the low discreet accent fell upon his ear.
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15  The latter was a stranger to him but in the darkness, by the aid of the glowing cigarette tips, he could make out a pale dandyish face over which a smile was travelling slowly, a tall overcoated figure and a hard hat.
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16  As he watched this swaying form and tried to read for himself the legend of the priest's mocking smile there came into Stephen's memory a saying which he had heard from his father before he had been sent to Clongowes, that you could always tell a jesuit by the style of his clothes.
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17  The director stood in the embrasure of the window, his back to the light, leaning an elbow on the brown crossblind, and, as he spoke and smiled, slowly dangling and looping the cord of the other blind, Stephen stood before him, following for a moment with his eyes the waning of the long summer daylight above the roofs or the slow deft movements of the priestly fingers.
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