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1  The trouble vanished out of Tom's face.
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2  Within two minutes, or even less, he had forgotten all his troubles.
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3  Tom knew that when his name was pronounced in full, it meant trouble.
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4  Poor girl, she did not know how fast she was nearing trouble herself.
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5  So she kept silence, and went about her affairs with a troubled heart.
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6  When they don't fight it's only a sign that there's trouble around, you know.
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7  The hooting of a distant owl was all the sound that troubled the dead stillness.
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8  Misgivings came; they grew troubled and unhappy; a sigh or two escaped, unawares.
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9  But something informed him that if they had had any trouble they had got rid of it.
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10  Every time he stole a glance at the girls' side of the room Becky's face troubled him.
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11  He wished there was some way to get that boy into trouble without much risk to himself.
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12  Tom routed him out, told him the trouble he had been causing, and urged him to go home.
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13  They waited a time that seemed an age, and then the same muffled boom troubled the solemn hush.
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14  They were jubilant with vanity over their new grandeur and the illustrious trouble they were making.
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15  Well-a-well, man that is born of woman is of few days and full of trouble, as the Scripture says, and I reckon it's so.
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16  His soul was at peace, now that he had settled with Sid for calling attention to his black thread and getting him into trouble.
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17  She did not expect that Tom could get out of his trouble by denying that he spilt the ink on the book himself; and she was right.
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18  It seemed to Tom that his schoolmates never would get done holding inquests on dead cats, and thus keeping his trouble present to his mind.
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19  I judged so; the boys in this town will take more trouble and fool away more time hunting up six bits' worth of old iron to sell to the foundry than they would to make twice the money at regular work.
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20  It seemed to him that life was but a trouble, at best, and he more than half envied Jimmy Hodges, so lately released; it must be very peaceful, he thought, to lie and slumber and dream forever and ever, with the wind whispering through the trees and caressing the grass and the flowers over the grave, and nothing to bother and grieve about, ever any more.
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