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1  That had never happened before.
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2  He had never seen the man in this house before.
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3  But you should never arrive late like this again.
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4  But I've never yet asked any of those things of her.
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5  "I never meant it should be anything else," he replied.
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6  had never exchanged more than a few words of greeting with her.
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7  His normally sturdy state of health had never prepared him for surprises such as this.
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8  There was always some progress, but he could never be told what sort of progress it was.
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9  That picture is from when he was young, but he can never have looked anything like it, as he's tiny, minute almost.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
10  I don't mean by this that the defendant is never free, he's never free in the proper sense of the word with an apparent acquittal either.
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11  He's a coward that student, if he wants to lay a finger on my wife all you'd have to do is give him such a good hiding he'd never dare do it again.
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12  had been looking round the room, if it had not been pointed out it would never have occurred to him that this wretched little room could be called a studio.
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13  If he had been alone in the world it would have been easy for him to ignore it, although it was also certain that, in that case, the trial would never have arisen in the first place.
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14  It was of no small importance for him, as this invitation from the deputy director, with whom he had never got on very well, meant that he was trying to improve his relations with him.
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Get Context   In Chapter Two First Cross-examination
15  Moreover, you said earlier that the judges can be influenced personally but now you insist that an absolute acquittal, as you call it, can never be attained through personal influence.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
16  I've never seen it in writing, but the law does, of course, say on the one hand that the innocent will be set free, but on the other hand it doesn't say that the judges can be influenced.
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17  Earlier, just a week or so before, he could only have felt shame at the thought of being made to write out such documents himself; it had never entered his head that the task could also be difficult.
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18  I was quite shocked and nearly screamed, but the judge was very friendly, warned me I should be careful, he whispered to me he's been writing all this time, and now he's brought me the lamp back, and he'll never forget how I looked when he found me there asleep.
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19  But that's not what I'm doing, it really is of much more importance to me to let them go free; if I had realised they would be punished, or even that they might be punished, I would never have named them in the first place as they are not the ones I hold responsible.
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Get Context   In Chapter Five The whip-man
20  Perhaps one favour you could do me would be to tell the examining judge, or anyone else who likes to spread important news, that I will never be induced to pay any sort of bribe through any stratagem of theirs - and I'm sure they have many stratagems at their disposal.
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