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I remember once two of us started for the Far West, and got nearly as far as Oak Grove Cemetery, when-the dusk of evening impending-we decided to turn back and give our parents just one more chance to understand us.
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That, however, was not the worst of it; for although Murgatroyd might safely be trusted to exercise the utmost judgment in the manipulation of the hauling-line, there were moments when-the two craft being upon the opposite slopes of a huge surge, with the hawser strained taut from one to the other-any luckless individual who might be so unfortunate as to be caught half-way between the two vessels would be momentarily buried some thirty feet deep in the heart of the rushing hill of water, and about equally exposed to the two dangers of suffocation or of being swept off beyond the reach of rescue, and drowned out of hand.
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New carpets, this very chair-(morocco!), that Japan cat (holds toast and muffins)-just when-just when"-(the tears here broke forth, and the captain fairly whimpered)-"just when that ungrateful, bad-hearted man wrote me word 'he was-was dying and lone in the world;' and-and-to think what I've gone through for him;-and to treat me so!
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A hand was stretched to the goose-quill, a fist was cramped to scrawl, When-the laugh of a blue-eyed maiden ran clear through the council-hall.
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And in five minutes I must quit you again, till when?-the gods alone know when I shall return.
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Worse when-the pollen-from the plants-is floating-about-so they say.
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And gradually-she scarcely knew how or when-the old weary discomfort crept back over Philippa's heart, the old unsatisfied longing for the love that no one gave.
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Because I have gold, and land, and the king's love, and can say, as the Centurion, to my fellow-man, 'Do this, and he doeth it;' and yet I tell thee, Lord Montagu, that I am less worthy now the love of beauty, the right hand of fellowship from a noble spirit, than I was then, when-the simple squire-my heart full of truth and loyalty, with lips that had never lied, with a soul never polluted by unworthy pleasures or mean intrigues, I felt that Katherine Nevile should never blush to own her fere and plighted lord in William de Hastings.
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Examples of When-the

Example #1
What, also, we might have pointed out was that in a five-cent story the villain was absolutely sure of receiving suitable and adequate punishment for his misdeeds.
Example #2
Burning with a sense of injustice, filled up with the realization that we were not appreciated at home, we often talked of running away and going out West to fight Indians, but we never did.
Example #3
This double danger overtook the unfortunate French skipper and his baby, but they got through all right, the child escaping suffocation mainly in consequence of the careful and secure manner in which she had been enveloped in her father's coat.
Example #4
And truly a terrible sight it was for a woman to contemplate, especially with the knowledge that she would presently be obliged to herself undertake the dreadful journey.
Example #5
Cousin William, he has grown as hale as yourself, and-and-" "Cheer up, cheer up!" cried the compassionate squire.
Example #6
The tears started to Helen's soft eyes.