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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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  • These infernal people seem to think that there are no rights of property, and that they can swarm where they like with their papers and their bottles.
  • Driving back in the evening from Coombe Tracey he was in time to get his hound, to treat it with his infernal paint, and to bring the beast round to the gate at which he had reason to expect that he would find the old gentleman waiting.

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  • Please stop making that infernal noise!
  • I hate this infernal heat!

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