1 Towards Findlater's church a quartet of young men were striding along with linked arms, swaying their heads and stepping to the agile melody of their leader's concertina.
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2 A quartet of them, soldiers of the ninety-seventh infantry regiment, sat at the foot of the cross and tossed up dice for the overcoat of the crucified.
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3 Amidst this hush the quartet sped; he replaced the watch, laid the picture down, rose, and stood on the hearth.
4 Even Jordan's party, the quartet from East Egg, were rent asunder by dissension.