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1  Lestrade was waiting for us at the door.
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
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2  Lestrade, however, shook his head like a man who is only half convinced.
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
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3  Halfway down, Lestrade stopped and tapped at a door, which was opened by a small servant girl.
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
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4  Lestrade went in and brought out a yellow cardboard box, with a piece of brown paper and some string.
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5  Holmes scribbled a few words upon the back of one of his visiting cards and threw it over to Lestrade.
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6  Holmes had sent on a wire, so that Lestrade, as wiry, as dapper, and as ferret-like as ever, was waiting for us at the station.
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7  When he arrives he will be met by the obtuse but resolute Lestrade, and I have no doubt that we shall have all our details filled in.
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8  There was a bench at the end of the path, and we all sat down while Holmes examined, one by one, the articles which Lestrade had handed to him.
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9  Drive us to some decent hotel, cabby, where we may have some lunch, and afterwards we shall drop down upon friend Lestrade at the police-station.
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10  I have written to Lestrade asking him to supply us with the details which are now wanting, and which he will only get after he has secured his man.
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11  In the meantime, the matter is being actively investigated, Mr. Lestrade, one of the very smartest of our detective officers, being in charge of the case.
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12  He took out the two ears as he spoke, and laying a board across his knee he examined them minutely, while Lestrade and I, bending forward on each side of him, glanced alternately at these dreadful relics and at the thoughtful, eager face of our companion.
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
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