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1  Rinaldi came in while I was undressing.
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2  "No understand," Rinaldi shook his head.
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3  Rinaldi was talking with the other nurse.
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4  We went over toward Rinaldi and Miss Ferguson.
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5  "I don't believe a word of this," Rinaldi said.
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6  We looked at Rinaldi talking with the other nurse.
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7  Rinaldi carried a holster stuffed with toilet paper.
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8  The lieutenant, Rinaldi, lay asleep on the other bed.
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9  "To-night you will tell me everything," said Rinaldi.
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10  Rinaldi picked up the candle, lit it and went on reading.
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11  Walking home Rinaldi said, "Miss Barkley prefers you to me."
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12  Rinaldi was sitting on the bed with a copy of Hugo's English grammar.
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13  Rinaldi said that the French had mutinied and troops marched on Paris.
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14  The room I shared with the lieutenant Rinaldi looked out on the courtyard.
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15  We drank the second grappa, Rinaldi put away the bottle and we went down the stairs.
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16  Rinaldi took the note, folded it without rising from the bed and slid it in his breeches pocket.
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17  While I rubbed myself with a towel I looked around the room and out the window and at Rinaldi lying with his eyes closed on the bed.
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