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1  Candy pointed at Curley's wife.
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2  And he looked back at Curley's wife.
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3  George still stared at Curley's wife.
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4  Slim stood looking down at Curley's wife.
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5  Curley's wife moved away from him a little.
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6  "Somebody made a ringer," said Curley's wife.
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7  Curley's wife came around the end of the last stall.
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8  Curley's wife lay with a half-covering of yellow hay.
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9  "I di'n't know you was here," he said to Curley's wife.
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10  Curley's wife lay on her back, and she was half covered with hay.
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11  Their eyes found Curley's wife in the gloom, they stopped and stood still and looked.
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12  The gate banged," Candy said, and he went on, "Jesus Christ, Curley's wife can move quiet.
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13  And when they were gone, Candy squatted down in the hay and watched the face of Curley's wife.
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14  He looked helplessly back at Curley's wife, and gradually his sorrow and his anger grew into words.
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15  Halfway to the packing box where the puppies were she caught the dead scent of Curley's wife, and the hair rose along her spine.
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