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1  But you can certainly spend the night with me.
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Get Context   In Chapter Eight Block, the businessman - Dismissing the ...
2  If the nights weren't enough he would have to take a holiday.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
3  , the judge would go to the woman's bed late one night and find it empty.
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4  was duty-bound to help him in all of this as well as to offer him a bed for the night.
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5  If, as was very likely, he could find no time to do it in the office he would have to do it at home at night.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
6  That's why I let Block sleep here, it wouldn't be the first time Dr. Huld has wanted to see him in the night.
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7  Do don't even seem surprised that the lawyer, despite being ill, still receives you at eleven o'clock at night.
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8  would also go, once a week, to see a girl called Elsa who worked as a waitress in a wine bar through the night until late in the morning.
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9  was very tired, as he had stayed out drinking until late in the night celebrating with some of the regulars, and he had almost overslept.
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10  He had been studying it for a day and a night without a break - as these officials are indeed hard working, no-one works as hard as they do.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
11  That went on for about an hour until the old gentleman, who was already exhausted from working all night, was very tired and went back to his office.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
12  The deputy director's office was, of course, still as empty as the middle of the night, the servitor had probably been asked to summon him too but without success.
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Get Context   In Chapter Nine In the Cathedral
13  Not for very long," said the businessman, and smiled again, "you can't forget about them entirely, I'm afraid, especially in the night when these thoughts come so easily.
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14  to the chilly night air without moving though, so he took him under the arm and walked up and down with him a little way while the other gentleman looked round the quarry for a suitable place.
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15  He had spent half the night studying a book of Italian grammar so that he would be somewhat prepared and was very tired; his desk was less attractive to him than the window where he had spent far too much time sitting of late, but he resisted the temptation and sat down to his work.
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Get Context   In Chapter Nine In the Cathedral
16  needed to apply all his thoughts to his work, when he was still rising and already posed a threat to the deputy-director, when every hour passed so quickly and he wanted to enjoy the brief evenings and nights as a young man, this was the time he had to start working out these documents.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
17  ought not to intrude in the middle of the night; that meant he would have to speak to her now, but, unfortunately, he had not put the electric light on in his room so that when he stepped out of the dark it would give the impression of being an attack and would certainly, at the very least, have been quite alarming.
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18  All of a sudden in the night, it must have been quite late in the night, I wakes up, next to the bed, there's the examining judge shading the lamp with his hand so that there's no light from it falls on my husband, he didn't need to be as careful as that, the way my husband sleeps the light wouldn't have woken him up anyway.
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