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1  Where the worm weaves its winding sheet.
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2  Here the wind gave a tug at her head dress.
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3  Don't stand gaping, Lucy, or the wind'll change.
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4  The wind howls and the bittern shrieks, she replied.
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5  Sweet and low; sweet and low, wind of the western sea.
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6  Digging and delving, ploughing and sowing they were singing, but the wind blew their words away.
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7  At that she smiled a ravishing girl's smile, as if the wind had warmed the wintry blue in her eyes to amber.
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8  Oliver, then turning, added further Lady Haslip, of Haslip Manor, as he spied that old lady wheeled in her chair by her footman winding up the procession.
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9  Then the wind rose, and in the rustle of the leaves even the great words became inaudible; and the audience sat staring at the villagers, whose mouths opened, but no sound came.
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10  And before Mrs. Sands had time to peel the paper off, he was gone, giving a slap to the very fine yellow cat who rose majestically from the basket chair and advanced superbly to the table, winding the fish.
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11  It was by this name that he had called her when they were children; when she had trotted after him as he fished, and had made the meadow flowers into tight little bunches, winding one long grass stalk round and round and round.
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