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1  To think was patently an effort.
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2  I think yer square, Mr. Van Weyden.
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3  He is too busy living it to think about it.
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4  It turns me sick even now when I think of it.
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5  A madness comes up in my brain even now as I think of it.
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6  I think even the hunters are appalled at his cold-bloodedness.
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7  The Preacher who was king over Israel in Jerusalem thought as I think.
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8  I think you can now fire your father's legs back into the grave to him.
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9  Hump, I have studied some grammar in my time, and I think your tenses are tangled.
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10  I do not care to think of it; but it was effective, for the threatened blow did not descend.
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11  And I do not think there was one who would have interfered had we closed in a death-struggle.
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12  Sometimes I think Wolf Larsen mad, or half-mad at least, what of his strange moods and vagaries.
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13  And human life is in no wise different, though you feel it is and think that you reason why it is.
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14  But now, could I sit still for one half-hour and do nothing, not even think, it would be the most pleasurable thing in the world.
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15  Right here, I think, entered the austere conscience of my Puritan ancestry, impelling me toward lurid deeds and sanctioning even murder as right conduct.
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16  "I say what I think, sir," the sailor answered courageously, not failing at the same time in ship courtesy, which demanded that "sir" be appended to each speech he made.
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17  "I think that he is a better man than you are," I answered, impelled, somehow, with a desire to draw upon myself a portion of the wrath I felt was about to break upon his head.
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