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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • At last he did turn, and stalked resolutely down the nave, braving them all, with a compressed lip.
  • CHAPTER XVI ALL SAINTS’ AND ALL SOULS’ On a week-day morning a small congregation, consisting mainly of women and girls, rose from its knees in the mouldy nave of a church called All Saints’, in the distant barrack-town before-mentioned, at the end of a service without a sermon.
  • The spacious ends of the building, answering ecclesiastically to nave and chancel extremities, were fenced off with hurdles, the sheep being all collected in a crowd within these two enclosures; and in one angle a catching-pen was formed, in which three or four sheep were continuously kept ready for the shearers to seize without loss of time.

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  • She remembered her in the nave of the Institute, a dark-haired boy clinging to her wrist.
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