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1  "Now then," said the judge, thumbing through the book.
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2  broke off here and looked at the judge, who said nothing.
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3  I'm sure the examining judge can speak far better than I can, it is part of his job after all.
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4  Whether it was embarrassment or impatience, the judge rocked backwards and forwards on his seat.
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5  smiled and said, "And now the judge, right next to me, is giving a secret sign to someone among you."
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6  As he did so he thought he saw the judge use a movement of his eyes to give a sign to someone in the crowd.
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7  "Those are the official notes of the examining judge," he said, and let the notebook fall down onto the desk.
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8  gave his oration, and it had not been possible to raise them from this passivity even when the judge was being humiliated.
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9  , and as there was no bell available he struck the desk with his fist in a way that startled the judge and his advisor and made them look up from each other.
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10  Maybe the order had been given to arrest some house painter - that seems possible after what the judge has said - someone who is as innocent as I am, but it was me they chose.
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11  It must have been especially troublesome for those visitors who were in the gallery, as they were forced to quietly ask the participants in the assembly what exactly was happening, albeit with timid glances at the judge.
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12  The judge, however, paid no attention to that but sat very comfortably on his chair and, after saying a few words to close his discussion with the man behind him, reached for a little note book, the only item on his desk.
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13  He stood pressed closely against the table, the press of the crowd behind him was so great that he had to press back against it if he did not want to push the judge's desk down off the podium and perhaps the judge along with it.
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14  There's nothing stupid about what you've said, Mrs. Grubach, or at least I partly agree with you, only, the way I judge the whole thing is harsher than yours, and think it's not only not something complicated but simply a fuss about nothing.
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15  All of them belonged to the same group, even though they seemed to be divided to the right and the left of him, and when he suddenly turned round he saw the same badge on the collar of the examining judge who calmly looked down at him with his hands in his lap.
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16  The judge grabbed the notebook from where it had fallen on the desk - which could only have been a sign of his deep humiliation, or at least that is how it must have been perceived - tried to tidy it up a little, and held it once more in front of himself in order to read from it.
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17  The judge had become quite cross but seemed to have no power over those below him in the hall, he tried to reduce what harm had been done in the gallery and jumped up threatening them, his eyebrows, until then hardly remarkable, pushed themselves up and became big, black and bushy over his eyes.
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