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1  to sit in the corridor with his hat under the bench like the others.
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2  And before leaving, he held him a lot harder, shoved him back onto the bench and walked on.
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3  They sat, equally spaced, on two rows of long wooden benches which had been placed along both sides of the corridor.
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4  There were benches set along each side of the corridor just as in the waiting area for the office he went to himself.
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5  There were no coat hooks for them to use, and so they had placed their hats under the bench, each probably having followed the example of the others.
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6  He shook his head at the thought of it once more as the servitor came up beside him and drew his attention to the three gentlemen who were waiting on a bench in the ante-room.
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7  There was a man there, half sitting, half laying, his face was buried in his arm on the bench and he seemed to be sleeping; another man was standing in the half-dark at the end of the corridor.
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