1 As the hot noisy days of August were drawing to a close the bombardment abruptly ceased.
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2 There were no birds twittering outside her window and even the noisy family of mockers who had lived among the harshly rustling leaves of the magnolia for generations had no song that day.
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3 She recalled how crowded this space had been with wagons and carriages and ambulances and how noisy with drivers swearing and yelling and people calling greetings to friends.
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4 With "new people" thronging in from all directions, the streets were choked and noisy from morning till night.
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5 She did not care to be mingled in their noisy dispersal: once in the street, she always felt an irresistible return to her old standpoint, an instinctive shrinking from all that was unpolished and promiscuous.
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6 A few eyebrows indicating a verdict that Doc Kennicott's bride was noisy and improper.
7 She pinched her wrist, as though she were a noisy child in church, and when she was decent and cramped again, she listened.
8 It was dirty and noisy and breathless and ghastly expensive.
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9 With restrained amusement he was analyzing the noisy Mr. Zitterel.
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10 He was a bulky, gauche, noisy, humorous man, with narrow eyes, a rustic complexion, large red hands, and brilliant clothes.
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11 Before I could sit down in the chair she offered me, the miracle happened; one of those quiet moments that clutch the heart, and take more courage than the noisy, excited passages in life.
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12 It would seem by the voices that twenty men were soon collected at that one spot, mingling their different opinions and advice in noisy clamor.
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13 When the sudden and noisy commotion had a little subsided, the aged chief resumed his examination.
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14 He dreaded lest these noisy motions and cries should bring men to look at him.
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15 The dealers in the human article make scrupulous and systematic efforts to promote noisy mirth among them, as a means of drowning reflection, and rendering them insensible to their condition.
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