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Far from the Madding Crowd
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pantomime
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • Farmer Boldwood had read the pantomime denoting that they were aware of his presence, and the perception was as too much light turned upon his new sensibility.
  • Bathsheba, who had seen this pantomime with some surprise, experienced great relief when Boldwood turned back again.

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  • Though she didn’t speak Chinese, she was able to pantomime her meaning.
  • A pantomime artist entertained us while we waited in line.

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