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- The only surgeon was one who combined the occasional exercise of that noble art with the daily and habitual flourish of a razor.Chapter 9 -- The Leech (15% in)
- Not the less, however, though with a tremulous enjoyment, did he feel the occasional relief of looking at the universe through the medium of another kind of intellect than those with which he habitually held converse.Chapter 9 -- The Leech (54% in)
- Their voices came down, afar and indistinctly, from the upper heights where they habitually dwelt.Chapter 11 -- The Interior of a Heart (42% in)
- For some unaccountable reason, as Arthur Dimmesdale felt the child's eyes upon himself, his hand—with that gesture so habitual as to have become involuntary—stole over his heart.Chapter 19 -- The Child at the Brookside (43% in)
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