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Only it is a singular thing that I should know the dead face even more intimately than the living-that the tortured look upon it should be a kind of haunting memory-horrible-ghastly. ...
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I now perceived that I was still living-that I was in the sea-that waves were dashing around me; and on looking up I saw the dark ship at a cable's distance from me, still passing away.
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The finest, straightest old chap who ever took a forlorn little tike in out of the wet, and petted him, and frolicked with him, and filled his stocking all the year round, and made his holidays things of rapture, and taught him how to ride and shoot and fish and swim and cut his losses and do pretty much everything that makes life worth living-that was Dunny.
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He was so full of life-of the very joy of living-that time six years ago when he sailed from Auckland on that fateful voyage in the DORIS.
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Jane_ was still living-that thought never even came into his mind!
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Examples of Living-that

Example #1
Both have the same cruel smile,-both the same compelling magnetism of eye.
Example #2
He flung the cloth over the easel again impatiently, and tried to laugh at his own morbid imagination.
Example #3
I thought I saw men standing along the taffrail, and some clinging upon the shrouds; but the ship appeared to be going fast away, and leaving me behind in the water.
Example #4
I had learnt to swim, and, for a boy, was a good average swimmer.
Example #5
My guardian's gray head rose before me.
Example #6
I was thinking, with odd lucidity, of many things, among them Dunny and his old house in Washington, into which I should never again let myself with my latch-key, sure of a welcome at any hour of the day or night.