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1  watch for a man alone, on foot.
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2  Mildred watched the toast delivered to her plate.
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3  But most of all," she said, "I like to watch people.
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4  He watched the scene, fascinated, not wanting to move.
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5  I rarely watch the 'parlor walls' or go to races or Fun Parks.'
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6  Her head was half bent to watch her shoes stir the circling leaves.
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7  He tossed his own clothing into the river and watched it swept away.
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8  She must have watched him hide the books in the garden and brought them back in.
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9  Montag watched the great dust settle and the great silence move down upon their world.
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10  He began to unwad the crumpled paper and flatten it out as the old man watched tiredly.
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11  Lights flicked on and house doors opened all down the street, to watch the carnival set up.
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12  He watched the dark steaming mixture pour into a collapsible tin cup, which was handed him straight off.
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13  The others in the middle of the desert watched her crying grow very loud as her face squeezed itself out of shape.
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14  The psychiatrist wants to know why I go out and hike around in the forests and watch the birds and collect butterflies.
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15  It seemed so remote and no part of him; it was a play apart and separate, wondrous to watch, not without its strange pleasure.
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16  Montag watched through the window as Beatty drove away in his gleaming yellow-flame-colored beetle with the black, char-colored tires.
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17  With an effort, Montag reminded himself again that this was no fictional episode to be watched on his run to the river; it was in actuality his own chess game he was witnessing, move by move.
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