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1  "It wasn't nothing," said Slim.
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2  Slim's voice came through the door.
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3  This was Slim, the jerkline skinner.
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4  Slim stood up slowly and with dignity.
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5  George had been staring intently at Slim.
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6  Slim looked through George and beyond him.
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7  "She slang her pups last night," said Slim.
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8  Slim sat down on a box across the table from George.
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9  Carlson said thoughtfully, "Well, looka here, Slim."
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10  "These guys jus' come," said Slim by way of introduction.
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11  Slim sat down on a box and George took his place opposite.
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12  Slim and George came into the darkening bunkhouse together.
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13  Slim don't need to wear no high-heeled boots on a grain team.
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14  Slim looked approvingly at George for having given the compliment.
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15  "Hi, Slim," he said, and then stopped and stared at George and Lennie.
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16  Slim reached up over the card table and turned on the tin-shaded electric light.
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17  Carlson stepped back to let Slim precede him, and then the two of them went out the door.
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