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1  looked up and saw his dry, boney face it did not seem to fit with the body.
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2  noticed that the room, which before had held nothing but a wash-tub, had been fitted out as a living room.
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3  And what's more, perhaps I'm going to far, I don't want to get in your way, say to her whatever you see fit.
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4  By now, he had become used to the darkness in the room and was able to make out various fixtures and fittings.
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5  "Yes," said the lawyer, laughing as he did so, had a fit of coughing and then, once it had passed, began to laugh again.
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6  It was clearly the lawyer's office, fitted out with old, heavy furniture, as far as could be seen in the moonlight which now illuminated just a small, rectangular section of the floor by each of the three big windows.
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7  Lawyers are especially vulnerable to fits of depression of that sort - and they are no more than fits of depression of course - when a case is suddenly taken out of their hands after they've been conducting it satisfactorily for some time.
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