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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • They then drew near the fire, which Newman Noggs had made up as well as he could, after the inroads of Crowl upon the fuel; and Nicholas, who had hitherto been restrained by the extreme anxiety of his friend that he should refresh himself after his journey, now pressed him with earnest questions concerning his mother and sister.

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  • Our new product has made inroads into the Chinese market.
  • The researchers have made major inroads into solving the questions surrounding the cause of the disease.

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