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1  Mrs. Parsons brought the spanner.
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2  Mrs. Parsons looked on helplessly.
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3  'What I mean to say, there is a war on,' said Parsons.
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4  He took his leave of Mrs. Parsons and made for the door.
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5  Parsons swallowed it easily, with the stupidity of an animal.
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6  It was Mrs. Parsons, the wife of a neighbour on the same floor.
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7  Parsons was Winston's fellow-employee at the Ministry of Truth.
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8  'A spanner,' said Mrs. Parsons, immediately becoming invertebrate.
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9  'Of course it's only because Tom isn't home,' said Mrs. Parsons vaguely.
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10  The Parsons' flat was bigger than Winston's, and dingy in a different way.
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11  'Look at him working away in the lunch hour,' said Parsons, nudging Winston.
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12  Mrs. Parsons' eyes flitted nervously from Winston to the children, and back again.
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13  'It's the children,' said Mrs. Parsons, casting a half-apprehensive glance at the door.
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14  Parsons, stirred to vague enthusiasm by the bombardment of figures, took his pipe out of his mouth.
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15  He spun round just in time to see Mrs. Parsons dragging her son back into the doorway while the boy pocketed a catapult.
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16  Parsons, his attention caught by the trumpet call, sat listening with a sort of gaping solemnity, a sort of edified boredom.
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17  But I wouldn't be altogether surprised if---- Parsons made the motion of aiming a rifle, and clicked his tongue for the explosion.
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18  Parsons did, indeed, invariably revert to shorts when a community hike or any other physical activity gave him an excuse for doing so.
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19  Winston found and handed over two creased and filthy notes, which Parsons entered in a small notebook, in the neat handwriting of the illiterate.
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20  Parsons, Winston's fellow-tenant at Victory Mansions, was in fact threading his way across the room--a tubby, middle-sized man with fair hair and a froglike face.
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