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1  "One moment, Lestrade," said Holmes.
The Return of Sherlock Holmes By Arthur Conan Doyle
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2  "You mean to Norwood," said Lestrade.
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3  "Well, that's reasonable enough," said Lestrade.
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4  Three undetected murders in one year won't do, Lestrade.
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5  The officers conducted him to the cab, but Lestrade remained.
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6  Lestrade was not there, but his head constable did the honours.
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7  A moment later, our old friend Lestrade appeared in the doorway.
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8  "Well, he drew up his own death warrant at the same time," said Lestrade.
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9  "I think there will be no difficulty in clearing it up," said Lestrade, grimly.
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10  Lestrade had produced two candles, and the policemen had uncovered their lanterns.
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11  "It strikes me, my good Lestrade, as being just a trifle too obvious," said Holmes.
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12  "It is Lestrade's little cock-a-doodle of victory," Holmes answered, with a bitter smile.
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13  Within the gates Lestrade met us, his face flushed with victory, his manner grossly triumphant.
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14  Lestrade shook his head, though it seemed to me that his manner was less absolutely assured than before.
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15  "You can trust us to look after that, Mr. Holmes," said Lestrade, as the whole party moved towards the door.
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16  I had imagined you as operating from the street, where my friend, Lestrade and his merry men were awaiting you.
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17  I kept a bold face before Lestrade, but, upon my soul, I believe that for once the fellow is on the right track and we are on the wrong.
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18  After all, important fresh evidence is a two-edged thing, and may possibly cut in a very different direction to that which Lestrade imagines.
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19  Lestrade had learned by more experiences than he would care to acknowledge that that brain could cut through that which was impenetrable to him.
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20  "Well, Mr. Holmes, it is difficult for me to refuse you anything, for you have been of use to the force once or twice in the past, and we owe you a good turn at Scotland Yard," said Lestrade.
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