Character-he in a sentence

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Clarm was walking about in the yard, and with an ease and politeness which I had not expected-having permitted Ging to influence my preconception of his partner's character-he shook hands with me and invited me into the house.
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Indeed-and this thought was cynical and out of character-he asked himself on one occasion whether his principal achievement so far had not consisted in getting on unusual terms with Eldon Parr.
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Whoever takes by force or stratagem that which is not the product of his labor, destroys his social character-he is a brigand.
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In so far as the dramatist divorces his dialogue from spiritual action-that is to say, from progress of events, or toward events which are significant of character-he is stultifying the thing done; he may make pleasing disquisitions, he is not making drama.
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Of course, had Lilia been different-had she asserted herself and got a grip on his character-he might possibly-though not probably-have been made a better husband as well as a better man, and at all events he could have adopted the attitude of the Englishman, whose standard is higher even when his practice is the same.
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Examples of Character-he

Example #1
The sample of mica was closely inspected, numerous questions were asked, and after a time Mr. Clarm said that it would be well for Mr. Ging to go home with me.
Example #2
At the wharf we took a carriage and were driven through the town, out by many a dreamy orchard side, up a bluff-banked river to a large frame house, high on a hill.
Example #3
They were not lacking who thought so, and who did not hesitate to imply it.
Example #4
The distances were great; and between his dinner parties, classes, services, and visits, he was forced to sit far into the night preparing his sermons, when his brain was not so keen as it might have been.
Example #5
The Samaritan who relieves the traveller lying by the wayside, dresses his wounds, comforts him, and supplies him with money, thereby declares himself his associate-his neighbor; the priest, who passes by on the other side, remains unassociated, and is his enemy.
Example #6
Whoever bestows alms treats the poor man as his associate; not thoroughly, it is true, but only in respect to the amount which he shares with him.