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1  Hung up on the handle of the open window was a white blouse.
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2  She pointed her wet hand towards the open door of the adjoining room.
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3  took hold of the book that lay on top and threw it open, an indecent picture appeared.
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4  "Thank you, I'll take your word for it," said K, but went nonetheless over to the open door.
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5  But it wasn't there that he was invited, but the dining room, to which he yanked the door open without knocking.
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6  had to pass by Willem as he went through the next room into the one beyond, the door of which was already wide open.
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7  If the maid went by and closed the door of the apparently empty room he would get up after a while and open it again.
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8  But now he stood in the middle of the room with his papers in his hand and still looking at the door which did not open again.
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9  Against the wall there were now two beds behind one another, there were clothes piled up on three chairs near the door, a wardrobe stood open.
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10  Through the open window he noticed the old woman again, who had come close to the window opposite so that she could continue to see everything.
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11  It turned out, though, that that was mostly possible without further ado, as almost all the doors were left open and the children ran in and out.
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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 that made it all the more embarrassing for him when, as he was closing the door again, he saw Miss Montag and the captain talking in the open doorway of the dining room.
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14  stood where he was and watched them through the open double doorway, the last to go, of course, was the apathetic Rabensteiner who had broken into no more than an elegant trot.
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15  Once in his room, he quickly pulled open the drawer of his writing desk, everything in it was very tidy but in his agitation he was unable to find the identification documents he was looking for straight away.
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16  Perhaps there was a little more space in there than usual today, but if so it was not immediately obvious, especially as the main difference was the presence of a man sitting by the open window with a book from which he now looked up.
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17  At the window across the street, there was the old pair again, although now their number had increased, as behind them, and far taller than they were, stood a man with an open shirt that showed his chest and a reddish goatee beard which he squeezed and twisted with his fingers.
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