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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • His outlook upon time was as a transient flash of the eye now and then: that projection of consciousness into days gone by and to come, which makes the past a synonym for the pathetic and the future a word for circumspection, was foreign to Troy.
  • Bathsheba never forgot that transient little picture of Liddy crossing the swamp to her there in the morning light.
  • Troy had felt, in his transient way, hundreds of times, that he could not envy other people their condition, because the possession of that condition would have necessitated a different personality, when he desired no other than his own.

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  • The harvest is dependent upon transient laborers.
  • youth’s transient beauty

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