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1. Jem was full of beans after a long sleep.
2. Without Jem, the whole evening would have fallen flat.
3. She cared for Jem in her way but did not want to become emotionally committed.
4. 'Of course there's something wrong!' Jem exploded.
5. Then, glancing quickly at Jem, he slowly climbed the stairs, feeling his bruised stomach muscles protest with every step.
6. Jem was one of those burly figures who proliferate on film-sets.
7. An anonymous letter, and, when that didn't work, Jem and Eric doing her flat over.
8. The hammering of Jem and Eric followed him, as he rushed upstairs with the torch to Marius Steen's bedroom.
9. Dill and Jem dived beside me.
10. Jem pressed the little hand he held between his own workhardened ones.
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11. Jem: Atticus says cheating a black man is ten times worse than cheating a white.
12. Jem had never named his midnight glimpse of John Barton to human being.
13. Jem condescended to take me to school the first day.
14. Poor Jem! His raven hair, was that too to have its influence against him?
15. Or Jem may have told her he was going, by way of blind.
16. Dill was comforted , but Jem and I weren't.
17. Dill's eyes flickered at Jem, and Jem looked at the floor.
18. Dill blushed and Jem told me to hush.
19. Jem was a poor mechanic, with a mother and aunt to keep.
20. Jem decided there was no point in quibbling and was silent.
21. Mary still hovered between life and death when Jem arrived at the house where she lay.
22. Jem sat there in confusion.
23. Jem took charge of Margaret.
24. He's actually called Jeremy, but everyone who knows him calls him Jem for short.
25. Unfortunately Atticus is not too pleased to see her and tells Jem to take her and Bill home.
26. No doubt, before that you used the cruder talents of Jem and Eric.
27. In later years , I somtimes wondered exactly what made Jem do it.
28. I think you'll be sorry for being so stubborn about Jem.
29. I'm not going to be affronted either for myself or Jem.
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