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1  'There is no murder, I answered.
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2  "Don't get arresting me for the murder," he said.
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3  The murderer has written it with his or her own blood.
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4  There has been murder done, and the murderer was a man.
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5  There has been murder done, and the murderer was a man.
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Get Context   In PART I: CHAPTER III. THE LAURISTON GARDEN MYSTERY
6  The tall one, then, had done the murder, if murder there was.
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7  Robbery had not been the object of the murder, for nothing was taken.
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8  "There will be no more murders," he said at last, stopping abruptly and facing us.
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9  Every time that I closed my eyes I saw before me the distorted baboon-like countenance of the murdered man.
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10  In all probability the murderer had a florid face, and the finger-nails of his right hand were remarkably long.
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11  Then, of course, this blood belongs to a second individual, presumably the murderer, if murder has been committed.
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12  Then, of course, this blood belongs to a second individual, presumably the murderer, if murder has been committed.
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13  The murder of Stangerson was an incident which was entirely unexpected, but which could hardly in any case have been prevented.
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14  It chanced, however, that Drebber, looking from his window, had recognized the vagrant in the street, and had read murder in his eyes.
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15  We were ushered into a small chamber where a police Inspector noted down our prisoner's name and the names of the men with whose murder he had been charged.
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16  There's the scarlet thread of murder running through the colourless skein of life, and our duty is to unravel it, and isolate it, and expose every inch of it.
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17  This murder had, on the contrary, been done most deliberately, and the perpetrator had left his tracks all over the room, showing that he had been there all the time.
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18  The public," it said, "have lost a sensational treat through the sudden death of the man Hope, who was suspected of the murder of Mr. Enoch Drebber and of Mr. Joseph Stangerson.
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19  All looked so peaceful and happy, the rustling trees and the broad silent stretch of grain-land, that it was difficult to realize that the spirit of murder lurked through it all.
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20  After alluding airily to the Vehmgericht, aqua tofana, Carbonari, the Marchioness de Brinvilliers, the Darwinian theory, the principles of Malthus, and the Ratcliff Highway murders, the article concluded by admonishing the Government and advocating a closer watch over foreigners in England.
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