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1  It must be the air that's driving you out.
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2  But you get used to the air alright in the end.
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3  The thought that here he was entirely cut off from the air made him feel dizzy.
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4  The sun burns down on the roof and the hot wood makes the air so thick and heavy.
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5  From time to time he threw his arm in the air as if doing a caricature of someone.
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6  Most of all he would have liked to pack everything together and run out to the fresh air.
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7  When you're here for the second or third time you'll hardly notice how oppressive the air is.
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8  That made a good impression on me; as the window only opens onto an air shaft and gives hardly any light.
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9  But the air is almost impossible to breathe on days when there's a lot of business, and that's almost every day.
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10  A long corridor extended in from of him, air blew in from it which, compared with the air in the studio, was refreshing.
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11  I also work in an office and I'm quite used to office air, but here it seems to be too strong, you've said so yourselves.
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12  The air in the room was fuggy and extremely oppressive, those who were standing furthest away could hardly even be seen through it.
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13  The air was also quite oppressive, there was no proper stairwell and the narrow steps were closed in by walls on both sides with no more than a small, high window here and there.
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14  to the chilly night air without moving though, so he took him under the arm and walked up and down with him a little way while the other gentleman looked round the quarry for a suitable place.
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15  The air in the room had slowly become quite oppressive for him, he had several times looked in amazement at a small, iron stove in the corner that certainly could not have been lit, the heat of the room was inexplicable.
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16  made no reply, but it was actually not the heat that made him uncomfortable but, much more, the stuffiness, the air that almost made it more difficult to breathe, the room had probably not been ventilated for a long time.
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17  "Thank you very much," he repeated, shook their hands once more and did not let go until he thought he saw that they found it hard to bear the comparatively fresh air from the stairway after being so long used to the air in the offices.
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