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1  standing up, "there's no question of that."
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Get Context   In Chapter Four Miss Bürstner's Friend
2  Up till then no-one had asked him this question so openly.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
3  He has an answer for every question, you can try him out if you feel like it.
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4  He had to force himself as he asked this question, as he, too, felt so jealous now.
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5  And finally, he lets the man beckon him and he bends deep down to him so that he can put his last question.
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Get Context   In Chapter Nine In the Cathedral
6  , called Mrs. Grubach, who had been waiting for this very question, as she put her hands together and held them out towards him.
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Get Context   In Chapter Four Miss Bürstner's Friend
7  He had clearly chosen this beginning so that he could give a precise answer to the question, but now he didn't know how to continue.
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8  Just before he dies, he brings together all his experience from all this time into one question which he has still never put to the doorkeeper.
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9  That's a very sensible question," said the businessman with a smile, "it's only very rare that you see any progress in these proceedings at all.
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10  He felt a simple joy at answering this question, especially as the answer was given to a private individual and therefore would have no consequences.
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Get Context   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
11  I can't give you an answer to your questions, but I can give you a bit of advice: You'd better think less about us and what's going to happen to you, and think a bit more about yourself.
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12  Almost all of those who had been waiting had now assembled around the man who, by now, had stopped shouting and they seemed to be asking him lots of precise questions about the incident.
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13  You know how much esteem Mrs. Grubach has for me, she's the one who will make all the decisions in this, especially as the captain is her nephew, but she believes everything I say without question.
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14  There are various opinions about this, some say the doorkeeper was only answering a question or showing his devotion to duty or, just when the man was in his last moments, the doorkeeper wanted to cause him regret and sorrow.
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Get Context   In Chapter Nine In the Cathedral
15  Your question, My Lord, as to whether I am a house painter - in fact even more than that, you did not ask at all but merely imposed it on me - is symptomatic of the whole way these proceedings against me are being carried out.
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Get Context   In Chapter Two First Cross-examination
16  Here, though, he did not know what answer to give to such a simple question and looked round at the others as if they were under some obligation to help him, and as if no-one could expect any answer from him without this help.
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17  He was in a bad mood, he had originally intended a detailed discussion of his business with Leni, especially the question of his giving the lawyer notice, but now he no longer wanted to because of the presence of the businessman.
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