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1  A powerful and experienced voice.
The Trial By Franz Kafka
Get Context   In Chapter Nine In the Cathedral
2  But there's a doorkeeper for each of the rooms and each of them is more powerful than the last.
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Get Context   In Chapter Nine In the Cathedral
3  But I'm not allowed to do that, and nobody else is going to do me the favour as they're all afraid of his power.
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Get Context   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
4  I've got no protection from him, even my husband has had to get used to it; if he wants to keep his job he's got to put up with it as that man's a student and he'll almost certainly be very powerful later on.
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Get Context   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
5  at one time had provided the counter-balance to what the deputy director said but the director was now coming more and more under his influence, and the deputy director would also exploit the weakened condition of the director to strengthen his own power.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
6  Even if all he said about his power and the power of the other doorkeepers and how not even he could bear the sight of them - I say even if all these assertions are right, the way he makes them shows that he's too simple and arrogant to understand properly.
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Get Context   In Chapter Nine In the Cathedral
7  Here they've got every means of showing the powers at their disposal and they're automatically bound to use them against you; in the country they'll either have to delegate authority to different bodies or just have to try and bother you by letter, telegram or telephone.
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Get Context   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
8  The judge had become quite cross but seemed to have no power over those below him in the hall, he tried to reduce what harm had been done in the gallery and jumped up threatening them, his eyebrows, until then hardly remarkable, pushed themselves up and became big, black and bushy over his eyes.
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Get Context   In Chapter Two First Cross-examination
9  He was no longer in any position to help anyone, and the servitors would soon be back; he did, though, promise himself that he would raise the matter again with somebody and see that, as far as it was in his power, those who really were guilty, the high officials whom nobody had so far dared point out to him, received their due punishment.
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Get Context   In Chapter Five The whip-man