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1  When the room was warm she brought in breakfast.
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2  She washed me with a cloth and soap and warm water.
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3  I drank the cognac and felt it warm all the way down.
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4  The weather became quite warm and it was like spring.
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5  Where it had run down under my shirt it was warm and sticky.
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6  My legs felt warm and wet and my shoes were wet and warm inside.
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7  Sometimes still pleasant and fond and warm and breakfast and lunch.
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8  They called it gluhwein and it was a good thing to warm you and to celebrate with.
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9  It was smooth and hot and the heat went all through me and I felt warmed and cheerful.
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10  The tongs made a pleasant clicking sound and I could see Catherine in three mirrors and it was pleasant and warm in the booth.
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  In BOOK 5: 38
11  The earth of the dugout was warm and dry and I let my shoulders back against the wall, sitting on the small of my back, and relaxed.
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  In BOOK 1: 9
12  We looked back at the inn with light coming from the windows and the woodcutters' horses stamping and jerking their heads outside to keep warm.
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  In BOOK 5: 39
13  There had been short thaws when the wind blew warm and the snow softened and the air felt like spring, but always the clear hard cold had come again and the winter had returned.
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14  There was an inn in the trees at the Bains de l'Alliaz where the woodcutters stopped to drink, and we sat inside warmed by the stove and drank hot red wine with spices and lemon in it.
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  In BOOK 5: 39
15  Jt was warm and like the spring and I walked down the alleyway of trees, warmed from the sun on the wall, and found we still lived in the same house and that it all looked the same as when I had left it.
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16  Jt was warm and like the spring and I walked down the alleyway of trees, warmed from the sun on the wall, and found we still lived in the same house and that it all looked the same as when I had left it.
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17  We slept well and if I woke in the night I knew it was from only one cause and I would shift the feather bed over, very softly so that Catherine would not be wakened and then go back to sleep again, warm and with the new lightness of thin covers.
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  In BOOK 5: 38
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