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1  'The beer was better,' he said finally.
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2  He finished up his beer, more slowly than before.
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3  He drank off about a quarter of his beer before answering.
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4  He pushed open the door, and a hideous cheesy smell of sour beer hit him in the face.
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5  When he spoke it was with a tolerant philosophical air, as though the beer had mellowed him.
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6  She put a vast arm round his shoulder and drew him towards her, breathing beer and vomit into his face.
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7  From their grimy swing doors, endlessly opening and shutting, there came forth a smell of urine, sawdust, and sour beer.
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8  In his lean throat the sharp-pointed Adam's apple made a surprisingly rapid up-and-down movement, and the beer vanished.
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9  The barman swished two half-litres of dark-brown beer into thick glasses which he had rinsed in a bucket under the counter.
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10  He was about to buy some more beer when the old man suddenly got up and shuffled rapidly into the stinking urinal at the side of the room.
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11  Heavy physical work, the care of home and children, petty quarrels with neighbours, films, football, beer, and above all, gambling, filled up the horizon of their minds.
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