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1  Sleep sound o nights without turning.
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2  Again, sounds of laughter reached her.
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3  A rushing sound came in through the open door.
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4  She made her little chirruping sound of welcome.
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5  The little twist of sound could have the whole of her.
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6  The old man made a guttural sound, and turned to the right.
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7  It was the primeval voice sounding loud in the ear of the present moment.
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8  From the garden--the window was open--came the sound of someone practising scales.
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9  What's more to the point, with the Will in it; safe and sound; wrapped in parchment.
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10  The usual sounds reverberated through the shell; Sands making up the fire; Candish stoking the boiler.
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11  The sound of horses' hooves, energetically represented by Albert the idiot with a wooden spoon on a tray, died away.
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12  If you tapped--one gentleman had a hammer--there was a hollow sound; a reverberation; undoubtedly, he said, a concealed passage where once somebody had hid.
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13  In all this sound of welcome, protestation, apology and again welcome, there was an element of silence, supplied by Isabella, observing the unknown young man.
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14  Then the wind rose, and in the rustle of the leaves even the great words became inaudible; and the audience sat staring at the villagers, whose mouths opened, but no sound came.
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15  Still he did remember--and he was about to tell them what, when there was a sound outside, and Isa, his son's wife, came in with her hair in pigtails; she was wearing a dressing-gown with faded peacocks on it.
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