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1  "He's very good with the litigants," whispered the girl.
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2  Proceedings are underway and you'll learn about everything all in good time.
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3  He's got a very good reputation as a defence barrister and for working with the poor.
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4  "I meant it for your own good," said the stranger and opened the door, this time without being asked.
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5  He had said that as decisively as he could, but in fact it would have done him a lot of good to sit down.
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6  , "it won't do any good to get excited, it's no good for you to do it and it'd be no good for me to do it."
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7  The country life will give you strength, that will be good, there's bound to be a lot of hard work ahead of you.
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8  He really was attracted to the woman, and even after thinking hard about it could find no good reason why he should not give in to her allure.
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9  thought, however, that he saw more than that, he thought he also saw that Miss Montag had chosen a means of doing it that was good, but two-edged.
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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  I'm surprised you don't realise just how insulting your suggestions are and what they imply about me, although I certainly acknowledge your good intentions.
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12  s ear, "I must seem to think it's very important to show the information-giver in a good light, but you shouldn't doubt what I say, I just want to say the truth."
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13  I'm at a bit of a disadvantage now, of course, because of my illness, but I still get visits from some good friends of mine at the court and I learn one or two things.
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14  The girl's intention may have been good, perhaps she was under instructions to distract him or to give him the chance to collect himself, but the attempt had not worked.
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15  You've not behaved towards us the way we deserve after being so good to you, you forget that we, whatever we are, we're still free men and you're not, and that's quite an advantage.
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16  I told him he was not to speak to anyone else about this, and I think it is all just a rumour, but I still think it might be good if you, Dear Father, if you looked into the matter the next time you visit.
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17  I'm sure that is what will happen and that everything will turn out for the best in the end, but in the mean time things do not look at all good, and you can see that from the mood of the chief clerk himself.
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18  Willem is older than me, he's less sensitive than me in every way, he even got a light beating a couple of years ago, but my record's still clean, I only did things the way I did because Willem led me on to it, he's been my teacher both for good and bad.
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19  He would have liked to have been of some help to the chief clerk himself, as the chief clerk was a gentleman, good and honest, but he did not know what it was he could do and merely hoped there would be some influential gentlemen who would take his side.
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20  They could watch now, if they wanted, and see how he went over to the cupboard in the wall where he kept a bottle of good schnapps, how he first emptied a glass of it in place of his breakfast and how he then took a second glassful in order to give himself courage, the last one just as a precaution for the unlikely chance it would be needed.
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