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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • Moreover, the Weatherbury folk were by no means uninteresting intrinsically.
  • The change from the customary spot and necessary occasion of such an act—from the dressing hour in a bedroom to a time of travelling out of doors—lent to the idle deed a novelty it did not intrinsically possess.
  • It was almost foreign to her intrinsic nature.

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  • It has an intrinsic value separate from its sale price.
  • The intrinsic reward of a job well done.

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