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1  You'd be able to have a look at it.
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Get Context   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
2  would have been able to dissuade the whip-man.
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Get Context   In Chapter Five The whip-man
3  the impression that this man would be able to do much for him.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
4  He was no longer able to get the thought of the trial out of his head.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
5  It's only because of their stupidity that they're able to be so sure of themselves.
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6  had the feeling that he would be able to ask all the questions needed here himself.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
7  So he said, "I am able to walk now," and stood up, shaking after becoming used to sitting so comfortably.
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8  By now, he had become used to the darkness in the room and was able to make out various fixtures and fittings.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
9  was able to do no more than throw the door shut, even though that would still do nothing to remove all the dangers he faced.
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Get Context   In Chapter Five The whip-man
10  He remembered the usher who, despite everything, would have been able to lead him out of there but who seemed to have gone long before.
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11  , as he often had to do at the bank, forcibly reminded himself that the grin was not deliberate, that he in fact wasn't able to grin deliberately.
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12  "I'm afraid I'll only be able to stay a few minutes more," smiled the office director as he spread himself out in the armchair and looked at the clock.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
13  , and he began to feel relaxed now that, at last, he stood in front of someone with some sense, someone with whom he would be able to talk about his situation.
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14  "A woman's hands will do many things when no-one's looking," he thought, he might himself have smashed all the dishes on the spot but certainly would not have been able to carry it all out.
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15  had called each of them, separately or all together, into his office that day for no other reason than to observe them; he was always satisfied and had always been able to let them go again.
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16  None of this concerns me, and I am therefore able to make a calm assessment of it, and, assuming that this so-called court is of any real importance, it will be very much to your advantage to listen to what I have to say.
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17  himself looked on calmly, he was not even disappointed at finding the lawyer unwell, he had been able to do nothing to oppose the enthusiasm his uncle had developed for the matter, he was glad that this enthusiasm had now been distracted without his having to do anything about it.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
18  In the end the office director stood up, as he had stayed far longer than he had originally intended, made his farewell, looked at me in sympathy without being able to help, he waited at the door for a long time although it's more than I can understand why he was being so good, and then he went.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
19  , politely, but the man was startled at being spoken to unexpectedly, which was all the more pitiful to see because the man clearly had some experience of the world and elsewhere would certainly have been able to show his superiority and would not have easily given up the advantage he had acquired.
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20  So off I go running as fast as I can, shout the message through the crack in the door of the office I've been sent to, so out of breath they'll hardly be able to understand it, run back here again, but the student's been even faster than I have - well he's got less far to go, he's only got to run down the steps.
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Get Context   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...