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perforate
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Great Expectations
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  • —an object like the ghost of a walking-cane, which instantly broke its back if it were touched, which nothing could ever be lighted at, and which was placed in solitary confinement at the bottom of a high tin tower, perforated with round holes that made a staringly wide-awake pattern on the walls.

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  • The page is perforated, so it is easy to tear off and return the bottom of the sheet.
  • a perforated paper pad

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