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1  I know truth, divine good from evil, right from wrong.
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2  In truth, there was very little reasoning or none at all.
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3  For the first time I knew the wonderful truth of his words.
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4  In truth, my spells of resting were longer than those of working.
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5  The sailor Johnson was swayed by idea, by principle, and truth, and sincerity.
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6  She had a way of looking one in the eyes and demanding the truth, and thus she looked at me as she asked the question.
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7  In truth, I was no longer the fine gentleman with a skin soft as a "lydy's," but only an ordinary and very worthless cabin-boy.
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8  In truth, it had been so long since I had received sympathy that I was softened, and I became then, and gladly, her willing slave.
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9  In truth, Harrison was very sick, as a person is sea-sick; and for a long time he clung to his precarious perch without attempting to move.
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10  In truth, it was a joke to me, that I, the veriest landsman, should be filling the office of mate; but to be taken as a joke by others was a different matter.
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