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1  I was just caught unawares, that's what happened.
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2  Hanging on the handle of the window is a white blouse - I just mention that by the way.
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3  The replies they received were just as quiet, and given behind the protection of a raised hand.
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4  Half grown girls, who seemed to be dressed in just their pinafores worked hardest running to and fro.
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5  But there was no explanation needed anyway as just then the taxi arrived, they sat inside and set off.
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6  "Pity," said the deputy director, and turned to the telephone conversation that had just been connected.
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7  All I meant with what I said just now was to ask you not to do anything on my behalf in the proceedings against me.
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8  As you're paying close attention to every word I'll add this: I'm not forcing you to go to the bank, I'd just assumed you wanted to.
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9  A medium sized, two windowed room was filled with the most diverse crowd of people - nobody paid any attention to the person who had just entered.
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10  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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11  More than I know, in fact, as it actually wasn't even an investigating committee, that's just what I called them because I don't know what else to call them.
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12  didn't thumb through that book any more, but just threw open the next one at its title page, it was a novel with the title, What Grete Suffered from her Husband, Hans.
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13  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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14  He tried to work out who the man actually was, first in silence, just through observation and by thinking about it, but the man didn't stay still to be looked at for very long.
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15  I just need few words with someone of the same social standing as myself and everything will be incomparably clearer, much clearer than a long conversation with these two can make it.
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16  Mind you, what we can do is make sure that the high officials we work for find out just what sort of person it is they're going to arrest, and why he should be arrested, before they issue the warrant.
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17  , with less of the vigour he had had earlier, he continually scanned the faces in the first row, and this gave his address a somewhat nervous and distracted character, "what has happened to me is not just an isolated case."
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18  It was somewhat disturbing that just then the door at the end of the hall opened, the young washerwoman, who seemed to have finished her work, came in and, despite all her caution, attracted the attention of some of the people there.
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19  There was, of course, another reason for bringing these employees; they, just like my landlady and her maid, were expected to spread the news of my arrest and damage my public reputation and in particular to remove me from my position at the bank.
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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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