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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • The disturbance was as the first floating weed to Columbus—the contemptibly little suggesting possibilities of the infinitely great.
  • Just as that imperceptible motion which appears like stillness is infinitely divided in its properties from stillness itself, so had his hope undistinguishable from despair differed from despair indeed.
  • She kept the farm going, raked in her profits without caring keenly about them, and expended money on ventures because she had done so in bygone days, which, though not long gone by, seemed infinitely removed from her present.
  • The rain had quite ceased, and the sun was shining through the green, brown, and yellow leaves, now sparkling and varnished by the raindrops to the brightness of similar effects in the landscapes of Ruysdael and Hobbema, and full of all those infinite beauties that arise from the union of water and colour with high lights.

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  • There are infinite possibilities.
  • The number of stars seems infinite.

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