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1  She smiled when she saw Montag.
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2  "It is," replied Granger smiling.
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3  "I'll tell you," said Beatty, smiling at his cards.
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4  "Hand it over, Guy," said Beatty with a fixed smile.
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5  Even the smile, he thought, the old burnt-in smile, that's gone.
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6  On one wall a woman smiled and drank orange juice simultaneously.
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7  It never went away, that smile, it never ever went away, as long as he remembered.
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8  Beatty's pink, phosphorescent cheeks glimmered in the high darkness, and he was smiling furiously.
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9  Later, going to sleep, he would feel the fiery smile still gripped by his face muscles, in the dark.
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10  Beatty smiled his smile which showed the candy pinkness of his gums and the tiny candy whiteness of his teeth.
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11  Beatty smiled his smile which showed the candy pinkness of his gums and the tiny candy whiteness of his teeth.
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12  Laughter blew across the moon-colored lawn from the house of Clarisse and her father and mother and the uncle who smiled so quietly and so earnestly.
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13  He felt his smile slide away, melt, fold over and down on itself like a tallow skin, like the stuff of a fantastic candle burning too long and now collapsing and now blown out.
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14  They were like a monstrous crystal chandelier tinkling in a thousand chimes, he saw their Cheshire cat smiles burning through the walls of the house, and now they were screaming at each other above the din.
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15  In the morning he would not have needed sleep, for all the warm odors and sights of a complete country night would have rested and slept him while his eyes were wide and his mouth, when he thought to test it, was half a smile.
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16  He saw her leaning toward the great shimmering walls of color and motion where the family talked and talked and talked to her, where the family prattled and chatted and said her name and smiled at her and said nothing of the bomb that was an inch, now a half inch, now a quarter inch from the top of the hotel.
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