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"It was good to be on the loose on that kind of a day, but winter range stores up a lot of things in a man, and spring roundup hadn't worked them all out." Chapter 1, p. 6.

"A long roundup makes you restless inside houses for a while." Chapter 1, p. 27.

"I wanted to feel the way the others did about this, but you can feel awful guilty about nothing when the men you're with don't trust you." Chapter 1, p. 30.

"That hatred of the railroad was Winder's only original notion, and when he got mad that always came in some way." Chapter 2, p. 45.

"'And it's infinitely more deadly when the law is disregarded by men pretending to act for justice than when it's simply inefficient, or even than when its elected administrators are crooked.'" Chapter 2, p. 47.

"In the shadow under the mountain we felt hurried because of the lateness...

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