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For Whom the Bell Tolls
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  • "I will take it," Pablo told him, and in his sullenness there was a sadness that was disturbing to Robert Jordan.
  • "I have enough to think about without girls," he said sullenly.
  • They had both gotten sullen as he talked.
  • The man with the carbine looked at them both sullenly.
  • He spoke, not sullenly, but almost sadly now.
  • "There is little left," Pablo said sullenly.
  • "A cup of water for me," Robert Jordan said, not taking his eyes from the man with his sullen heavy head and the woman standing proudly and confidently holding the big spoon as authoritatively as though it were a baton.
  • Primitivo was still sullen.
  • Agustan looked up sullenly and turned his head away from Pablo.
  • "I have no orders to go there," he said sullenly.
  • The driver looked at him sullenly as the control man shone the electric torch on the smashed rear of the truck.
  • But here no one commands but me," the other said sullenly.
  • Don’t joke at me," Primitivo said sullenly.

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  • She changed from outgoing child to sullen teenager.
  • A sullen crowd watched the execution.

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