1 "Why, this article," I said, pointing at it with my egg spoon as I sat down to my breakfast.
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2 Sherlock Holmes and I read these notices over together at breakfast, and they appeared to afford him considerable amusement.
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3 They had sat down to their breakfast when Lucy with a cry of surprise pointed upwards.
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4 At a wild torrent which swept out of a ravine they called a halt and watered their horses, while they partook of a hasty breakfast.
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5 The animals had their breakfast, and then Snowball and Napoleon called them together again.
6 Breakfast was an hour later than usual, and after breakfast there was a ceremony which was observed every week without fail.
7 The animals were at breakfast when the look-outs came racing in with the news that Frederick and his followers had already come through the five-barred gate.
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8 And with the same grave countenance he hurried through his breakfast and drove to the police station, whither the body had been carried.
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9 And when they were united in holy matrimony, they went home to breakfast at Stone Lodge aforesaid.
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10 She made him her stately curtsey in the garden, one morning before breakfast.
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11 But, in the morning he appeared at breakfast at the usual hour, and took his usual place at the table.
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12 So the Prior of Saint Botolph's hobbled back again into the refectory, to preside over the stockfish and ale, which was just serving out for the friars' breakfast.
13 Yet he could live alone, in the wan satisfaction of being alone, and raise pheasants to be shot ultimately by fat men after breakfast.
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14 And in the morning, when she came in again, she would just have been for a little walk in the dew, as she fairly often did before breakfast.
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15 And I think she despised me a bit, for being so pleased about it, and bringin her her breakfast in bed sometimes.
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