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1  But in my experience it's the other way round.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
2  He's accumulated plenty of experience and knows how to delay proceedings.
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3  was not in the mood to hear about the professional experiences of this painter cum beggar.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
4  did not like that, he had begun to learn that the man was of some value after all, he had experience at least, and he was willing to share it.
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5  Just before he dies, he brings together all his experience from all this time into one question which he has still never put to the doorkeeper.
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6  that the officials are irritated and often express themselves about the litigants in unflattering ways - which is an experience shared by everyone.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
7  But there are nonetheless those who have experience in these matters who can look at a crowd, however big, and tell you which among them is facing a charge.
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Get Context   In Chapter Eight Block, the businessman - Dismissing the ...
8  If he ever felt tempted to doubt this, then his experience with the deputy director and the manufacturer that day would be quite enough to convince him of it.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
9  We're talking about two different things here, there's what it says in the law and there's what I know from my own experience, you shouldn't get the two confused.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
10  The case won't be won by getting excited, and please admit that my practical experience counts for something, just as I have always and still do respect your experience, even when it surprises me.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
11  looked long at him; his first impression of the businessman had perhaps not been right; he had experience as his trial had already lasted a long time, but he had paid a heavy price for this experience.
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12  s experience of them so far, that even seemed probable, except that if the court were allowed to decay in that way it would not just humiliate the accused but also give him more encouragement than if the court were simply in a state of poverty.
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13  will most likely have already learned from his own experience that, among its very lowest orders, the court organisation does have its imperfections, the court is strictly closed to the public, but staff who forget their duty or who take bribes do, to some extent, show where the gaps are.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
14  , politely, but the man was startled at being spoken to unexpectedly, which was all the more pitiful to see because the man clearly had some experience of the world and elsewhere would certainly have been able to show his superiority and would not have easily given up the advantage he had acquired.
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15  Anyway, it's best not to think about them, as if you do it makes the discussions with the other lawyers, all their advice and all that they do manage to achieve, seem so unpleasant and useless, I had that experience myself, just wanted to throw everything away and lay at home in bed and hear nothing more about it.
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16  There was a very slight risk that people would later say he couldn't understand a joke, but - although he wasn't normally in the habit of learning from experience - he might also have had a few unimportant occasions in mind when, unlike his more cautious friends, he had acted with no thought at all for what might follow and had been made to suffer for it.
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