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1  Now you've started telling me off.
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2  All the more important for me to do so.
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3  You will have no need to consider me in any way.
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4  They came for me in the morning when I was still in bed.
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5  Perhaps you will object that there are no proceedings against me.
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6  had to put an end to this display, "Take me to your superior," he said.
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7  "Allow me," he said, and hurried between the two policemen through into his room.
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8  But now, please go, leave me alone, I need you to go now even more than I did earlier.
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9  What's more, she has borrowed a large sum of money from me and that makes her dependent on me.
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10  She seems surprised at my mentioning it, he thought, she seems to think it's improper for me to mention it.
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11  , and for a moment it seemed as if he was carrying all of them on his shoulders, "it looks like your business with me is over with."
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12  If it were it would not be of much importance as it's not of much importance to me, but it is a symptom of proceedings which are carried out against many.
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13  , I can admit to you that I listened to a little of what was going on from behind the door, and that those two policemen told me one or two things as well.
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14  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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15  It was all so quiet after you'd shouted, and then there was the knocking, that's was made me so shocked, and I was sitting right by the door, the knocking was right next to me.
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16  You know how much esteem Mrs. Grubach has for me, she's the one who will make all the decisions in this, especially as the captain is her nephew, but she believes everything I say without question.
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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  Your question, My Lord, as to whether I am a house painter - in fact even more than that, you did not ask at all but merely imposed it on me - is symptomatic of the whole way these proceedings against me are being carried out.
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19  He thought she would look up at him, but without changing her manner she said, "Forgive me, but it was the suddenness of the knocking that startled me so much, not so much what the consequences of the captain being here might be."
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20  , and went over to join her by the photographs, "that it wasn't me who interfered with your photographs; but as you don't believe me I'll have to admit that the investigating committee brought along three bank employees with them, one of them must have touched your photographs and as soon as I get the chance I'll ask to have him dismissed from the bank."
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