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perforate
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Jane Eyre
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  • The front was, as I had once seen it in a dream, but a well-like wall, very high and very fragile-looking, perforated with paneless windows: no roof, no battlements, no chimneys — all had crashed in.

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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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