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1  would probably not be fresh enough at that time.
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2  s hand, which he failed to pull away fast enough.
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3  "He seems sensible enough," he heard them say behind him.
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4  Perhaps you'll be kind enough to forgive her and listen to me instead.
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5  And for no other reason, but it seems to me that this is reason enough.
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6  However, on the following Sunday there was a sign that seemed clear enough.
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Get Context   In Chapter Four Miss Bürstner's Friend
7  , although in that way his earlier excuse, already weak enough, was made even weaker.
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8  That's enough for one day and we can take our leave of each other, for the time being at least.
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9  On the other hand, it was possible that the officials had enough money but that they squandered it on themselves rather than use it for the court's purposes.
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10  He would have liked just to sit quietly where he was until he had enough strength to leave, and the less fuss people made about him the sooner that would be.
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11  Oddly enough, although he had little time to look around him, he came across the three bank officials involved in his case, Rabensteiner, Kullich and Kaminer.
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12  "Louder," he whispered with his head sunk low, ashamed at having to ask them to speak louder when he knew they had spoken loudly enough, even if it had been, for him, incomprehensible.
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13  And this affair of yours came largely unexpected, although, oddly enough, I had expected something of the sort after I'd read Erna's letter, and today when I saw your face I knew it with almost total certainty.
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14  , she's offering herself to me, she's as degenerate as everything else around here, she's had enough of the court officials, which is understandable I suppose, and so she approaches any stranger and makes compliments about his eyes.
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15  thought him of any importance but it did raise his spirits; he no longer thought it at all necessary that all of those in the hall should applaud him, it was enough if the majority of them began to think about the matter and if only one of them, now and then, was persuaded.
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16  There was only enough space available to put two cupboards at an angle in the corner by the door, and the rest of the room was entirely taken up with the long dining table which started by the door and reached all the way to the great window, which was thus made almost inaccessible.
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Get Context   In Chapter Four Miss Bürstner's Friend
17  It was very touching, and even the theatre tickets, which he would regularly send her from then on, would not be enough to repay her, but he really did not feel, now, that it was right for him to visit her in her lodgings and hold conversations with a little, eighteen year old schoolgirl.
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