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1  The lash whistled like a singing wind.
Anthem By Ayn Rand
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2  We learned the names of all the winds which blow over the seas and push the sails of our great ships.
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3  Their hair was golden as the sun; their hair flew in the wind, shining and wild, as if it defied men to restrain it.
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4  Women work in the fields, and their white tunics in the wind are like the wings of sea-gulls beating over the black soil.
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5  The fortune of my spirit is not to be blown into coins of brass and flung to the winds as alms for the poor of the spirit.
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6  We were gathering the papers and the rags which the wind had blown from the Theatre, when we saw an iron bar among the weeds.
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7  Then it was as if a great wind had stricken the hall, for all the Scholars spoke at once, and they were angry and frightened.
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8  To find these things, the Scholars must study the earth and learn from the rivers, from the sands, from the winds and the rocks.
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9  Where the City ends there is a great road winding off to the north, and we Street Sweepers must keep this road clean to the first milepost.
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10  Our arms stretched out of their own will, and our body whirled and whirled, till it raised a wind to rustle through the leaves of the bushes.
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