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1  was also forced to bend down low if he wanted to hear everything.
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2  by both arms and shoved him against the door as if he wanted to nail him to it.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
3  , and took hold of his arm, unconsciously prompted by the man's humble demeanour, and as if he wanted to force him to believe him.
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Get Context   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
4  had hardly turned towards the door, he had left it completely up to the painter whether and how he would place him under his protection if he wanted to.
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5  was about to say, "He certainly is a judge," but he held himself back for the time being and went closer to the picture as if he wanted to study it in detail.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
6  On the other hand, the doorkeeper is kept to his post by his employment, he's not allowed to go away from it and it seems he's not allowed to go inside either, not even if he wanted to.
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7  It was as if, by flapping his hands about like short wings, he hoped to deflect any introductions and greetings, as if he wanted on no account to disturb the others by his presence and seemed to be exhorting them to leave him back in the dark and forget about his being there.
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