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1  The men watched this ritual silently.
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2  Mildred watched the toast delivered to her plate.
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3  He watched the scene, fascinated, not wanting to move.
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4  Montag lay watching the dead-alive thing fiddle the air and die.
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5  He tossed his own clothing into the river and watched it swept away.
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6  She must have watched him hide the books in the garden and brought them back in.
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7  Montag watched the great dust settle and the great silence move down upon their world.
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8  He began to unwad the crumpled paper and flatten it out as the old man watched tiredly.
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9  He watched the dark steaming mixture pour into a collapsible tin cup, which was handed him straight off.
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10  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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11  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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12  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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13  Montag did not look back at his wife as he went trembling along the hall to the kitchen, where he stood a long time watching the rain hit the windows before he came back down the hall in the gray light, waiting for the tremble to subside.
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14  And then, to the sound of death, the sound of the jets cutting the sky in two black pieces beyond the horizon, he would lie in the loft, hidden and safe, watching those strange new stars over the rim of the earth, fleeing from the soft color of dawn.
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