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Far from the Madding Crowd
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • " ’A’s a stammering man, mem," said Henery Fray in an undertone, "and they turned him away because the only time he ever did speak plain he said his soul was his own, and other iniquities, to the squire.
  • "We ought to feel full o’ thanksgiving that he’s not a player of ba’dy songs instead of these merry tunes; for ’twould have been just as easy for God to have made the shepherd a loose low man—a man of iniquity, so to speak it—as what he is.

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  • That was when I realized I had to climb up from the depths of iniquity.
  • She fought against the iniquity of slavery.

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