1 The public," it said, "have lost a sensational treat through the sudden death of the man Hope, who was suspected of the murder of Mr. Enoch Drebber and of Mr. Joseph Stangerson.
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2 But in avoiding the sensational, I fear that you may have bordered on the trivial.
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3 Holmes himself had said that no more complex case had come to him in all the long series of his sensational investigations.
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4 I shall soon be in the position of being able to put into a single connected narrative one of the most singular and sensational crimes of modern times.
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5 The police believe that they have evidence in their possession which supplies a very convincing motive for the crime, and altogether it cannot be doubted that sensational developments will follow.
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6 Two columns were occupied with a highly sensational and flowery rendering of the whole incident.
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7 But nothing sensational was discovered among the documents which filled his drawers.
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8 It is somewhat too sensational.
9 One should always have something sensational to read in the train.
10 They are trash, and will soon be worse trash if I go on, for each is more sensational than the last.
11 "Dey's in yo skirt pocket," said Prissy, who had been hovering behind Scarlett, enjoying the sensational drama.
12 The night was perfectly still, and the air so dry and pure that it gave little sensation of cold.
13 Ethan felt confusedly that there were many things he ought to think about, but through his tingling veins and tired brain only one sensation throbbed: the warmth of Mattie's shoulder against his.
14 There was a bucket of well water on the floor beside her and every now and then she lowered her blistered foot into it, screwing up her face at the stinging sensation.
15 Surely he had not placed it there, but there her head was and there was Scarlett helplessly sobbing against his thin chest, an exciting and novel sensation for him.