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1  could protest at his uncle's belief that the trial was a great disgrace.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
2  It was not certain that it was her, although the similarity was, of course, great.
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3  I don't know who the great lawyers are, and there's probably no way of contacting them.
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4  Now he stood up with a great deal of fuss, clearly unhappy that attention had been drawn to him.
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5  You see, the court says that besides the petty lawyers there are also minor lawyers and great lawyers.
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6  There's hardly anyone who's been accused who doesn't spend a lot of time dreaming about the great lawyers once he's heard about them.
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7  That's wrong, anyone can call himself 'great' if he wants to, of course, but in this case only the usage of the court can make that distinction.
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8  You know that there are so many various opinions about the procedure that they form into a great big pile and nobody can make any sense of them.
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9  It will be easy for you to find out more detail and, if it is really necessary, to do something about it through the great and influential people you know.
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10  It was eleven o'clock, two hours, he had spent a great deal of his costly time just dreaming and his wits were, of course, even more dulled than they had been before.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
11  Close by him was the great pulpit, there were two plain golden crosses attached to its little round roof which were lying almost flat and whose tips crossed over each other.
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12  He had no particular plan in mind as he did this, but merely felt this was how he would act if only he had finished preparing that great document that was to remove his burden entirely.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
13  The doorkeeper often questions him, asking about where he's from and many other things, but these are disinterested questions such as great men ask, and he always ends up by telling him he still can't let him in.
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14  I'm sure you're very familiar with them and could achieve a great deal through them, I've no doubt of that, but the most that could be done through them would have no bearing at all on the final outcome of the trial.
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15  And at times like that it's also possible to see how exceptionally seriously these gentlemen take their professions and how they are thrown into great confusion by difficulties which it's just not in their natures to overcome.
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16  He stood pressed closely against the table, the press of the crowd behind him was so great that he had to press back against it if he did not want to push the judge's desk down off the podium and perhaps the judge along with it.
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17  Each time he had any small break from the day's work he considered, without knowing exactly what he had in mind, that Mrs. Grubach's flat seemed to have been put into great disarray by the events of that morning, and that it was up to him to put it back into order.
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18  There was only enough space available to put two cupboards at an angle in the corner by the door, and the rest of the room was entirely taken up with the long dining table which started by the door and reached all the way to the great window, which was thus made almost inaccessible.
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19  On the other hand, it's also true that the gentlemen don't become involved with the defence - which will of course be done with great expertise - just for philanthropic reasons or in order to be friendly, in some respects it would be truer to say that they, too, have it allocated to them.
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20  You have to realise," the lawyer continued, in a tone as if he were explaining something obvious, unnecessary and incidental, "you have to realise that I also derive great advantage for my clients from mixing with those people, and do so in many different ways, it's not something you can keep talking about all the time.
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