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1  Stephen watched him in silence.
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2  Faces were there; eyes: they waited and watched.
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3  Cranly watched him with a blank expressionless face.
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4  The dean rested back on his hunkers and watched the sticks catch.
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5  From under the wide falling leaf of a soft hat Cranly's dark eyes were watching him.
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6  He watched the visitors come down the steps from the house and pass into the theatre.
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7  He watched their flight; bird after bird: a dark flash, a swerve, a flutter of wings.
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8  Murmuring faces waited and watched; murmurous voices filled the dark shell of the cave.
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9  He saw himself walking about the grounds watching the sports in Clongowes and eating slim jim out of his cricket cap.
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10  Stephen watched the three glasses being raised from the counter as his father and his two cronies drank to the memory of their past.
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11  He saw her serious alluring eyes watching him from among the audience and their image at once swept away his scruples, leaving his will compact.
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12  The terror of sleep fascinated his mind as he watched the silent country or heard from time to time his father's deep breath or sudden sleepy movement.
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13  He tried to bid his tongue speak that he might seem at ease, watching her as she undid her gown, noting the proud conscious movements of her perfumed head.
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14  Yet her mistrust pricked him more keenly than his father's pride and he thought coldly how he had watched the faith which was fading down in his soul ageing and strengthening in her eyes.
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15  The lean young man in a long overcoat, who was to give a special display of intricate club swinging, stood near watching with interest, his silver-coated clubs peeping out of his deep side-pockets.
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16  That was why the prefect of studies had called him a schemer and pandied him for nothing: and, straining his weak eyes, tired with the tears, he watched big Corrigan's broad shoulders and big hanging black head passing in the file.
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17  He mounted the steps from the garden in haste, eager that some prey should not elude him, and forced his way through the crowd in the hall and past the two jesuits who stood watching the exodus and bowing and shaking hands with the visitors.
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18  The gross name had passed over it like foul water poured over an old stone image, patient of injuries; and, as he watched him, he saw him raise his hat in salute and uncover the black hair that stood stiffly from his forehead like an iron crown.
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19  As he watched this swaying form and tried to read for himself the legend of the priest's mocking smile there came into Stephen's memory a saying which he had heard from his father before he had been sent to Clongowes, that you could always tell a jesuit by the style of his clothes.
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20  And he remembered the day when he and Eileen had stood looking into the hotel grounds, watching the waiters running up a trail of bunting on the flagstaff and the fox terrier scampering to and fro on the sunny lawn and how, all of a sudden, she had broken out into a peal of laughter and had run down the sloping curve of the path.
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