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1  No winter marred his face or stained his flowerlike bloom.
The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde
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2  He had sailed away in his ship to founder in some winter sea.
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3  And when winter came upon it, he would still be standing where spring trembles on the verge of summer.
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4  There was something in the clear, pine-scented air of that winter morning that seemed to bring him back his joyousness and his ardour for life.
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5  He is some brainless beautiful creature who should be always here in winter when we have no flowers to look at, and always here in summer when we want something to chill our intelligence.
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6  After a few years he could not endure to be long out of England, and gave up the villa that he had shared at Trouville with Lord Henry, as well as the little white walled-in house at Algiers where they had more than once spent the winter.
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7  Once or twice every month during the winter, and on each Wednesday evening while the season lasted, he would throw open to the world his beautiful house and have the most celebrated musicians of the day to charm his guests with the wonders of their art.
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8  On a little table of dark perfumed wood thickly incrusted with nacre, a present from Lady Radley, his guardian's wife, a pretty professional invalid who had spent the preceding winter in Cairo, was lying a note from Lord Henry, and beside it was a book bound in yellow paper, the cover slightly torn and the edges soiled.
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