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1  "No water here," said the youth.
The Red Badge of Courage By Stephen Crane
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2  A glaring fire wine-tinted the waters of the river.
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3  He felt the swash of the fragrant water upon his body.
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4  He grasped his canteen and took a long swallow of the warmed water.
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5  The chests of the men strained for a bit of freshness, and their throats craved water.
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6  He folded it into a manner of bandage and soused water from the other canteen upon the middle of it.
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7  The mournful current moved slowly on, and from the water, shaded black, some white bubble eyes looked at the men.
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8  The youth's friend had a geographical illusion concerning a stream, and he obtained permission to go for some water.
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9  Pausing at one time to look about him he saw, out at some black water, a small animal pounce in and emerge directly with a gleaming fish.
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10  They were gulping at their canteens, fierce to wring every mite of water from them, and they polished at their swollen and watery features with coat sleeves and bunches of grass.
The Red Badge of Courage By Stephen Crane
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