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1  We've hardly seen you all winter.
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2  That winter Michaelis came for a few days.
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3  And I can't help all the winters that have been.
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4  Connie was contemplating a winter in London with Clifford, next winter.
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5  But having had a slight stroke during the winter, he was now more manageable.
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6  But this winter I'll stick to my little Pentecost flame, and have some peace.
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7  The pits are working two days, two and a half days a week, and there's no sign of betterment even for the winter.
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8  So please do stay on a little longer, if it is cheering you up and preparing you for our sufficiently awful winter.
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9  They think nothing of giving seven or eight guineas for a winter coat--colliers' daughters, mind you--and two guineas for a child's summer hat.
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10  An then he slipped on Bestwood Hill, on a slide as the lads ad made last winter, an broke his thigh, and that finished him, poor old man, it did seem a shame.
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