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1  We had an awful time getting back, I can tell you.
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2  I never care what I do, so I always have a good time.
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3  "Ten o'clock," she remarked, apparently finding the time on the ceiling.
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4  My dear," she told her sister in a high mincing shout, "most of these fellas will cheat you every time.
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5  Some time before he introduced himself I'd got a strong impression that he was picking his words with care.
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6  One time he killed a man who had found out that he was nephew to von Hindenburg and second cousin to the devil.
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7  For some time confused and intriguing sounds had issued from a long many-windowed room which overhung the terrace.
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8  The little dog was sitting on the table looking with blind eyes through the smoke and from time to time groaning faintly.
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9  He smiled--and suddenly there seemed to be a pleasant significance in having been among the last to go, as if he had desired it all the time.
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10  Some time toward midnight Tom Buchanan and Mrs. Wilson stood face to face discussing in impassioned voices whether Mrs. Wilson had any right to mention Daisy's name.
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11  It was the first time he had called on me though I had gone to two of his parties, mounted in his hydroplane, and, at his urgent invitation, made frequent use of his beach.
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12  He had on a dress suit and patent leather shoes and I couldn't keep my eyes off him but every time he looked at me I had to pretend to be looking at the advertisement over his head.
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13  However, as they had left their cars blocking the road a harsh discordant din from those in the rear had been audible for some time and added to the already violent confusion of the scene.
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14  Mrs. Wilson had changed her costume some time before and was now attired in an elaborate afternoon dress of cream colored chiffon, which gave out a continual rustle as she swept about the room.
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15  I have been drunk just twice in my life and the second time was that afternoon so everything that happened has a dim hazy cast over it although until after eight o'clock the apartment was full of cheerful sun.
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16  I wanted to get out and walk eastward toward the park through the soft twilight but each time I tried to go I became entangled in some wild strident argument which pulled me back, as if with ropes, into my chair.
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17  At the enchanted metropolitan twilight I felt a haunting loneliness sometimes, and felt it in others--poor young clerks who loitered in front of windows waiting until it was time for a solitary restaurant dinner--young clerks in the dusk, wasting the most poignant moments of night and life.
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