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1  His footmarks had pressed right through the snow, so long had he stood there.
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2  I followed them up and found they led to the hall window, where Boots had worn all the snow away while waiting.
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3  I came to Baker Street by the Underground and hurried from there on foot, for the cabs go slowly through this snow.
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4  For an hour or more he was at work, returning at last with his feet heavy with snow and his features as inscrutable as ever.
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5  It was a bright, crisp February morning, and the snow of the day before still lay deep upon the ground, shimmering brightly in the wintry sun.
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6  He rushed down, just as he was, in his bare feet, opened the window, sprang out into the snow, and ran down the lane, where he could see a dark figure in the moonlight.
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7  I saw where Boots had faced round, where the snow was cut up as though there had been a struggle, and, finally, where a few drops of blood had fallen, to show me that I was not mistaken.
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8  I passed round the garden without seeing anything more than random tracks, which I took to be the police; but when I got into the stable lane a very long and complex story was written in the snow in front of me.
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