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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • Still, to a close observer, they are just as perceptible; the difference is that their media of manifestation are less trite and familiar than such well-known ones as the bursting of the buds or the fall of the leaf.
  • With the majority such an opinion is shelved with all those trite aphorisms which require some catastrophe to bring their tremendous meanings thoroughly home.

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  • I know it sounds trite, but I love her; and that changes everything.
  • the trite metaphor "quick as a rabbit"

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