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To Kill a Mockingbird
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  • Mr. Ewell was a veteran of an obscure war;
  • "They c’n go loose and rape up the countryside for all of ’cause who run this county care," was one obscure observation we met head on from a skinny gentleman when he passed us.
  • Makes no difference if it’s Saturday," she said obscurely.
  • Thereafter, he resumed his regular weekly appearances at the welfare office for his check, and received it with no grace amid obscure mutterings that the bastards who thought they ran this town wouldn’t permit an honest man to make a living.

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  • The obscure battle is hardly mentioned in history books.
  • Nobody had seen the poem before, but an Internet search proved she had copied an obscure poem written in 1920.

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