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1  "There she goes," said Carlson.
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2  "Damn right he is," said Carlson.
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3  "Glad ta meet ya," Carlson said again.
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4  "He don't have no fun," Carlson insisted.
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5  Carlson squinted down the barrel of his gun.
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6  "I don't see no reason for it," said Carlson.
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7  "Well, I can't stand him in here," said Carlson.
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8  Carlson said thoughtfully, "Well, looka here, Slim."
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9  From his pocket Carlson took a little leather thong.
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10  Carlson reached under his bunk and brought out his bag.
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11  The door opened and Lennie and Carlson came in together.
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12  The thick-bodied Carlson came in out of the darkening yard.
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13  During the conversation Carlson had refused to be drawn in.
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14  Carlson said, "The way I'd shoot him, he wouldn't feel nothing."
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15  Carlson found a little cleaning rod in the bag and a can of oil.
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16  Carlson stepped back to let Slim precede him, and then the two of them went out the door.
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17  At last Carlson said, "If you want me to, I'll put the old devil out of his misery right now and get it over with."
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