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At the end of the first year Death took her--and the spot was rubbed out.
When I left school at the end of my first year, I owed the institution sixteen dollars that I had not been able to work out.
During her first year in the store, Dulcie was paid five dollars per week.
To be sitting quietly by, seeing and hearing these things; to be completely overlooked, unnoticed, and disregarded, while his son and a young lady were talking to each other in the most impassioned manner, kissing each other, and making themselves in all respects perfectly at home; was a position so tremendous, so inexplicable, so utterly beyond the widest range of his capacity of comprehension, that he fell into a lethargy of wonder, and could no more rouse himself than an enchanted sleeper in the first year of his fairy lease, a century long.
In this way Vigneau contrived to fire several batches, and lived for the first year on bread that was hardly won by the toil of his household.
Out of the profits of that one share in the first year, he bought two shares in another company.
All during the first year Louise tried to make her husband understand the vague and in- tangible hunger that had led to the writing of the note and that was still unsatisfied.
He had had all the diseases that babies are heir to, in quick succession, scarlet fever, mumps, and whooping cough in the first year, and now he was down with the measles.
It's your first year here, and you're younger than I am, so I s'pose you don't mind, but I simply suffer if I don't keep up some kind of style.
During the first year, I could not endure my wife or children in my presence; the very smell of them was intolerable; much less could I suffer them to eat in the same room.
The result was that by the end of the first year none might have guessed that Meriem ever had existed beyond the lap of culture and luxury.
The first year he offered government a million of francs for his release; the second, two; the third, three; and so on progressively.

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