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1  s attention as he looked round the room.
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2  tried to pay attention to what the deputy director was saying.
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3  s speech had taken him by surprise while he was directing his attention to the gallery.
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4  Then he slammed the door shut, there was a gentle knocking to which he paid no more attention.
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5  Now he stood up with a great deal of fuss, clearly unhappy that attention had been drawn to him.
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6  He drew this to his uncle's attention, but he did not find the coincidence especially remarkable.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
7  "But I get the impression you don't pay much attention to what's going on in the lodging house," said Miss Montag.
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8  As you're paying close attention to every word I'll add this: I'm not forcing you to go to the bank, I'd just assumed you wanted to.
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9  He had already tried twice to tell him something, standing on tip- toe, but without getting the man's attention as he sat there above him.
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10  A medium sized, two windowed room was filled with the most diverse crowd of people - nobody paid any attention to the person who had just entered.
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11  paid hardly any attention to what they were saying, he did not place much value on what he may have still possessed or on who decided what happened to them.
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12  It was only when one of the people up on the podium drew his attention to the youth that the man turned to him and leant down to hear what it was he quietly said.
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13  One of the men was clearly in charge, and attracted attention by being dressed in a kind of dark leather costume which left his neck and chest and his arms exposed.
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14  Erna wrote to me," said his uncle, "she doesn't have much contact with you, it's true, you don't pay very much attention to her, I'm afraid to say, but she learned about it nonetheless.
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15  went on, looking round at everyone there and even wishing he could get the attention of the three who were looking at the photographs, "on the other hand this really can't be all that important."
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16  The judge, however, paid no attention to that but sat very comfortably on his chair and, after saying a few words to close his discussion with the man behind him, reached for a little note book, the only item on his desk.
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17  It was somewhat disturbing that just then the door at the end of the hall opened, the young washerwoman, who seemed to have finished her work, came in and, despite all her caution, attracted the attention of some of the people there.
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