1 All the people Ellen had known in Savannah might have been cast from the same mold, so similar were their view points and traditions, but here was a variety of people.
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2 A thousand incoherent thoughts shot through her mind, and she could not catch a single one to mold into a word.
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3 And they all looked as though their faces came out of one mold.
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4 She made him feel, for the first time in his old-maidish life, that he was a strong upstanding man fashioned by God in a nobler mold than other men, fashioned to protect silly helpless women.
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5 She was not a Vincent de Paul, to govern and mold a people.
6 He kept the loading-tools he had used as a boy: a capper for shot-gun shells, a mold for lead bullets.
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7 Now I must either bundle it back in to my tin kitchen to mold, pay for printing it myself, or chop it up to suit purchasers and get what I can for it.
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8 The shade of the original Kurtz frequented the bedside of the hollow sham, whose fate it was to be buried presently in the mold of primeval earth.
9 cried the crowd, and Petya with it, and again the women and men of weaker mold, Petya among them, wept with joy.
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10 And she saw framed in the cracking gilt molding a stranger.
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11 Her frock was an ingenue slip of lawn, with a wide gold sash and a low square neck, which gave a suggestion of throat and molded shoulders.
12 The young Huron was in his war paint, and very little of a finely molded form was concealed by his attire.
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13 "Papa, we shall be late," said Princess Helene, turning her beautiful head and looking over her classically molded shoulder as she stood waiting by the door.
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14 Jurgis's friend worked upstairs in the casting rooms, and his task was to make the molds of a certain part.