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Great Expectations
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  • Mr. Wopsle, indeed, wildly cried out, "No!" with the feeble malice of a tired man; but, as he had no theory, and no coat on, he was unanimously set at naught,—not to mention his smoking hard behind, as he stood with his back to the kitchen fire to draw the damp out: which was not calculated to inspire confidence.
  • Sending her out to attract and torment and do mischief, Miss Havisham sent her with the malicious assurance that she was beyond the reach of all admirers, and that all who staked upon that cast were secured to lose.
  • "Says you," Pumblechook went on, " ’Joseph, I have seen that man, and that man bears you no malice and bears me no malice.
  • "Says you," Pumblechook went on, " ’Joseph, I have seen that man, and that man bears you no malice and bears me no malice.

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