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1  Slim's voice came through the door.
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2  The wooden latch raised again and the door opened.
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3  He stepped out the door into the brilliant sunshine.
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4  Curley scowled at him, and turning, hurried out the door.
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5  The door opened and a tall, stoop-shouldered old man came in.
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6  He stopped suddenly, stepped to the open front door and peered out.
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7  After a moment the ancient dog walked lamely in through the open door.
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8  "Them guys just come," he said, and shuffled past the boss and out the door.
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9  The old man looked cautiously at the door to make sure no one was listening.
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10  Lennie rolled off his bunk and stood up, and the two of them started for the door.
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11  He turned toward the door and walked out, and his elbows were still bent out a little.
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12  Carlson stepped back to let Slim precede him, and then the two of them went out the door.
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13  In three walls there were small, square windows, and in the fourth, a solid door with a wooden latch.
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14  He turned abruptly and went to the door, but before he went out he turned and looked for a long moment at the two men.
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15  The old swamper looked quickly at him, and then shuffled to the door rubbing his whiskers with his knuckles as he went.
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16  The old man moved toward the door, and his ancient dog lifted his head and peered about, and then got painfully to his feet to follow.
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17  Through the open door came the thuds and occasional clangs of a horseshoe game, and now and then the sound of voices raised in approval or derision.
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