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1  "I was new here once," said Mr. Wemmick.
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2  You're right," said Wemmick; "it's the genuine look.
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3  Well," said Wemmick, "you'll see a wild beast tamed.
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4  I then found that Wemmick was the clerk in the next room.
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5  Well," said Wemmick, "he'll give you wine, and good wine.
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6  "He hardly thought you'd come so soon," Mr. Wemmick explained.
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7  As I keep the cash," Mr. Wemmick observed, "we shall most likely meet pretty often.
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8  Always seems to me," said Wemmick, "as if he had set a man-trap and was watching it.
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9  I put out my hand, and Mr. Wemmick at first looked at it as if he thought I wanted something.
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10  So imperfect was this realization of the first of my great expectations, that I looked in dismay at Mr. Wemmick.
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11  Tell him that, and he'll take it as a compliment," answered Wemmick; "he don't mean that you should know what to make of it.
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12  Wemmick's attention being thus directed to his brooch, he put down the cast, and polished the brooch with his pocket-handkerchief.
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13  I had not seen Mr. Wemmick for some weeks, when I thought I would write him a note and propose to go home with him on a certain evening.
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14  As he happened to go out now, and as Wemmick was brisk and talkative, I said to Wemmick that I hardly knew what to make of Mr. Jaggers's manner.
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15  When Mr. Wemmick had put all the biscuit into the post, and had paid me my money from a cash-box in a safe, the key of which safe he kept somewhere down his back and produced from his coat-collar like an iron-pigtail, we went up stairs.
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16  We found a new set of people lingering outside, but Wemmick made a way among them by saying coolly yet decisively, "I tell you it's no use; he won't have a word to say to one of you;" and we soon got clear of them, and went on side by side.
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17  Casting my eyes on Mr. Wemmick as we went along, to see what he was like in the light of day, I found him to be a dry man, rather short in stature, with a square wooden face, whose expression seemed to have been imperfectly chipped out with a dull-edged chisel.
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