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1  Don't be afraid," he whispered, "I'll put everything right.
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2  "You haven't seen everything yet," said the usher ingenuously.
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3  Proceedings are underway and you'll learn about everything all in good time.
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4  It seemed to him that Miss Montag was mixed up in everything and made it repulsive to him.
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5  As far as could be seen, everything was indeed in its place, not even the blouse was hanging on the window handle.
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6  He remembered the usher who, despite everything, would have been able to lead him out of there but who seemed to have gone long before.
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7  Once order had been restored, every trace of those events would have been erased and everything would take its previous course once more.
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8  Almost everything you've said so far has been things we could have taken from your behaviour, even if you'd said no more than a few words.
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9  Through the open window he noticed the old woman again, who had come close to the window opposite so that she could continue to see everything.
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10  Go away, go away," she said, hurriedly sitting back up, "get out of here, go, what is it you want, he's listening at the door he can hear everything.
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11  Yes," said Mrs. Grubach with a sigh, "I wanted to give her some help and I wanted the maid to help her too but she's stubborn, she wants to move everything in herself.
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12  I just need few words with someone of the same social standing as myself and everything will be incomparably clearer, much clearer than a long conversation with these two can make it.
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13  You know how much esteem Mrs. Grubach has for me, she's the one who will make all the decisions in this, especially as the captain is her nephew, but she believes everything I say without question.
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14  Once in his room, he quickly pulled open the drawer of his writing desk, everything in it was very tidy but in his agitation he was unable to find the identification documents he was looking for straight away.
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15  , 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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16  It should have been rewarded with some applause here and there but everything was quiet, they were all clearly waiting for what would follow, perhaps the quietness was laying the ground for an outbreak of activity that would bring this whole affair to an end.
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17  without delaying a second time, "that, yes, I am very surprised but when you've been in the world for thirty years already and had to make your own way through everything yourself, which has been my lot, then you become hardened to surprises and don't take them too hard."
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