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1  And that is what is so terrible.
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2  We seem to be drifting to some terrible doom.
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3  The castle is on the very edge of a terrible precipice.
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4  A terrible desire came upon me to rid the world of such a monster.
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5  His fear was of great and terrible things, which no mortal can treat of.
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6  Hitherto I had blamed only the servants, but now a terrible fear began to assail me.
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7  He has had some terrible shock, and I fear it might tax his poor brain if he were to try to recall it.
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8  They were a hundred times more terrible in the grim silence which held them than even when they howled.
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9  Fifty years ago a series of great fires took place, which made terrible havoc on five separate occasions.
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10  After another hour Lucy waked from her sleep, fresh and bright and seemingly not much the worse for her terrible ordeal.
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11  It must be a terrible thing to you, my dear old fellow, to be placed in such a position between two people who are both so dear to you.
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12  This is a terrible thought; for if so, what does it mean that he could control the wolves, as he did, by only holding up his hand in silence.
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13  He was in a torture of suspense regarding the woman he loved, and his utter ignorance of the terrible mystery which seemed to surround her intensified his pain.
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14  The wind had by this time backed to the east, and there was a shudder amongst the watchers on the cliff as they realized the terrible danger in which she now was.
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15  I quite understood; my only doubt was as to whether any dream could be more terrible than the unnatural, horrible net of gloom and mystery which seemed closing around me.
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16  It was a new shock to me to find that he had on the suit of clothes which I had worn whilst travelling here, and slung over his shoulder the terrible bag which I had seen the women take away.
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17  Lucy had got a terrible shock and it told on her more than before, for though plenty of blood went into her veins, her body did not respond to the treatment as well as on the other occasions.
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