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1  held her and playing with his fingers.
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2  , pointing to the picture with one finger.
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3  had grasped him not with two fingers but with red hot tongs.
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4  She spread the middle and ring fingers of her right hand apart from each other.
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5  repeatedly opened and closed her two fingers in amazement, until, finally, he briefly kissed them and let go.
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6  Between those fingers the flap of skin connecting them reached up almost as far as the top joint of the little finger.
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7  Between those fingers the flap of skin connecting them reached up almost as far as the top joint of the little finger.
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8  had noticed him he raised his right hand, a pinch of snuff still held between two fingers, and pointed in some vague direction.
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9  had directed him to, he had extinguished the candle whose light was no longer needed and pressed on the wick with his fingers to stop the smoke.
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10  He's a coward that student, if he wants to lay a finger on my wife all you'd have to do is give him such a good hiding he'd never dare do it again.
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11  But it was just as possible that he had not even been listening as he had his hand pressed firmly down on the table and seemed to be comparing the length of his fingers.
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12  sat in a chair near the door, dressed in black as they were, and slowly put on new gloves which stretched tightly over his fingers and behaved as if he were expecting visitors.
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13  Just here, just above the floor, that's where he's crushed onto the wall, his arms stretched out, his fingers spread apart, his crooked legs twisted round into a circle and blood squirted out all around him.
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14  In the doorway to the courtroom stood a young man, he was short, his legs were not quite straight, and he continually moved his finger round in a short, thin, red beard with which he hoped to make himself look dignified.
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15  Embarrassed, Block ran his fingers through the pile of the carpet, his anxiety about what the judge had said had let him forget his inferior status towards the lawyer for a while, he thought only about himself and turned the judges words round to examine them from all sides.
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16  At the window across the street, there was the old pair again, although now their number had increased, as behind them, and far taller than they were, stood a man with an open shirt that showed his chest and a reddish goatee beard which he squeezed and twisted with his fingers.
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17  felt almost ashamed to be seen by him, earlier he had stood so upright in front of him and now he had to be supported by two others, his hat was held up by the information-giver balanced on outstretched fingers, his hair was dishevelled and hung down onto the sweat on his forehead.
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