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1  In the spring he had built a two-room addition to his shack.
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2  He turned sharply away, but he did not walk with his former spring.
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3  She trotted through the house, planning the spring cleaning with Bea.
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4  The spring of the plains is not a reluctant virgin but brazen and soon away.
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5  Carol attended the only professional play which came to Gopher Prairie that spring.
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6  All through the spring the association thrilled to its own talent in that dismal room.
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7  Early May; wheat springing up in blades like grass; corn and potatoes being planted; the land humming.
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8  He weighed wagons of wheat on a rough platform-scale, in the cracks of which the kernels sprouted every spring.
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9  She noted that all winter long the citizens had been throwing garbage into their back yards, to be cleaned up in spring.
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10  Their hearts shut again till spring, and the nine months of cliques and radiators and dainty refreshments began all over.
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11  The first week of March had given promise of spring and stirred Carol with a thousand desires for lakes and fields and roads.
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12  ONE week of authentic spring, one rare sweet week of May, one tranquil moment between the blast of winter and the charge of summer.
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13  By the invisible hints in air and sky and earth which had aroused her every year through ten thousand generations she knew that spring was coming.
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14  As she came out of the tent and walked with Kennicott down the dusty spring street, she peered at this straggling wooden village and felt that she could not possibly stay here through all of tomorrow.
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15  In the spring Kennicott had pathetically volunteered, "S'pose you'd like to get in a good long tour this summer, but with Gould and Mac away and so many patients depending on me, don't see how I can make it."
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16  Other towns she came to know by anecdote: a prairie village where the wind blew all day long, and the mud was two feet thick in spring, and in summer the flying sand scarred new-painted houses and dust covered the few flowers set out in pots.
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17  As soon as Carol was convinced that even in this imprisoned North, spring could exist again, the snow came down as abruptly as a paper storm in a theater; the northwest gale flung it up in a half blizzard; and with her hope of a glorified town went hope of summer meadows.
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