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1  He ain't no good to you, Candy.
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2  "Gotta bad gut ache," said Candy.
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3  Candy threw his legs off his bunk.
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4  Candy did not move nor answer him.
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5  Slim took his eyes from old Candy.
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6  Candy rolled to the edge of his bunk.
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7  All the men except Candy watched him.
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8  Candy looked for help from face to face.
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9  Candy lay still, staring at the ceiling.
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10  Only Candy continued to stare at the ceiling.
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11  Candy lay rigidly on his bed staring at the ceiling.
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12  He didn't look at old Candy, who still faced the wall.
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13  That dog of Candy's is so God damn old he can't hardly walk.
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14  Candy looked helplessly at him, for Slim's opinions were law.
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15  Candy looked a long time at Slim to try to find some reversal.
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16  Old Candy, the swamper, came in and went to his bunk, and behind him struggled his old dog.
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17  When the ejector snapped, Candy turned over and looked for a moment at the gun before he turned back to the wall again.
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