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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • "Ay, ’a b’lieve—ha, ha!" said Susan Tall’s husband, in a tone intended to imply his habitual reception of jokes without minding them at all.
  • "Boundless love; I shouldn’t have supposed it in the universe!" murmured Joseph Poorgrass, who habitually spoke on a large scale in his moral reflections.

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