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1  Then our foot touched the ground.
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2  We had touched no flint, made no fire.
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3  Some crumbled to dust as we touched them.
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4  They backed away, as if they dared not touch us.
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5  This touched upon thousands and thousands of men working in scores of States.
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6  Its walls were hard and smooth to the touch; it felt like stone, but it was not stone.
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7  We lit the candle and we saw that our place had not been found and nothing had been touched.
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8  Only we wished to be away, away from the City and from the air that touches upon the air of the City.
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9  We bent to raise the Golden One to their feet, but when we touched them, it was as if madness had stricken us.
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10  We looked into each other's eyes and we knew that the breath of a miracle had touched us, and fled, and left us groping vainly.
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11  Then they glanced at us over their shoulder, as we felt as if a hand had touched our body, slipping softly from our lips to our feet.
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12  We put a piece of copper and a piece of zinc into a jar of brine, we touched a wire to them, and there, under our fingers, was a miracle which had never occurred before, a new miracle and a new power.
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