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1  It was that of a tall young man, smoking.
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2  The young man dismounted, and appeared to urge her to ascend.
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3  A young member of the band turned her head at the exclamation.
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4  This made a difference in the young man's estimate of the position.
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5  Well, I hope my young friend will like such a comely sample of his own blood.
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6  When Abraham realized all, the furrows of fifty years were extemporized on his young face.
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7  Even now, when burdened with a young family, Joan Durbeyfield was a passionate lover of tune.
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8  Tess wished to abridge her visit as much as possible; but the young man was pressing, and she consented to accompany him.
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9  Thus it was arranged; and the young girl wrote, agreeing to be ready to set out on any day on which she might be required.
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10  Among these on-lookers were three young men of a superior class, carrying small knapsacks strapped to their shoulders, and stout sticks in their hands.
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11  The young girls formed, indeed, the majority of the band, and their heads of luxuriant hair reflected in the sunshine every tone of gold, and black, and brown.
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12  The young man, thus invited, glanced them over, and attempted some discrimination; but, as the group were all so new to him, he could not very well exercise it.
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13  Well, perhaps that's what young Mr d'Urberville means," he admitted; "and sure enough he mid have serious thoughts about improving his blood by linking on to the old line.
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14  It was not till the rays of the sun had absorbed the young stranger's retreating figure on the hill that she shook off her temporary sadness and answered her would-be partner in the affirmative.
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15  Every day seemed to throw upon her young shoulders more of the family burdens, and that Tess should be the representative of the Durbeyfields at the d'Urberville mansion came as a thing of course.
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16  Yet such was the force of example that the village young men, who had not hastened to enter the gate while no intruder was in the way, now dropped in quickly, and soon the couples became leavened with rustic youth to a marked extent, till at length the plainest woman in the club was no longer compelled to foot it on the masculine side of the figure.
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17  Even to her mother's gaze the girl's young features looked sadly out of place amid the alcoholic vapours which floated here as no unsuitable medium for wrinkled middle-age; and hardly was a reproachful flash from Tess's dark eyes needed to make her father and mother rise from their seats, hastily finish their ale, and descend the stairs behind her, Mrs Rolliver's caution following their footsteps.
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