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1  Outside the window it was a lovely spring morning.
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2  The spring was rather strong but it worked smoothly.
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3  The weather became quite warm and it was like spring.
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4  It was all as I had left it except that now it was spring.
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5  In the spring when it is nice you could come and enjoy it.
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6  There were many more guns in the country around and the spring had come.
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7  It was cool in the summer at night and the spring in Abruzzi was the most beautiful in Italy.
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8  We wished we were back in the mountains but the spring weather lasted only a few days and then the cold rawness of the breaking-up of winter came again.
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9  There had been short thaws when the wind blew warm and the snow softened and the air felt like spring, but always the clear hard cold had come again and the winter had returned.
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10  It rained steadily and the army of the Bainsizza moved down off the plateau in the October rain and across the river where the great victories had commenced in the spring of that year.
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11  Jt was warm and like the spring and I walked down the alleyway of trees, warmed from the sun on the wall, and found we still lived in the same house and that it all looked the same as when I had left it.
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