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1  But none of these efforts brought any success.
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2  With varying degrees of success, it must be said.
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3  Even if he had just some tiny success here it would still have a good effect on his work at the bank for that day.
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4  just yet, he would of course let the chief clerk know about the success of his discussions but he also had a little something to tell him about.
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5  It's sometimes quite astonishing that a single, average life is enough to encompass so much that it's at all possible ever to have any success in one's work here.
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6  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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7  So civil servants like this are not able to learn the things you can learn from studying the successive stages that individual trials go through, the final verdict or the reasons for it.
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8  He had already, he would then say, won many such cases, partly or in whole, cases which may not really have been as difficult as this one but which, on the face of it, had even less hope of success.
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9  But despite that I don't regret my decision, quite possibly I should have turned more cases away than I did, but it did turn out to be entirely necessary for me to devote myself fully to the cases I did take on, and the successful results showed that it was worth it.
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10  Now, in contrast, if he was to conduct his defence himself, he would have to devote himself entirely to the court - for the time being, at least - success would mean, later on, his complete and conclusive liberation, but if he was to achieve this he would have to place himself, to start with, in far greater danger than he had been in so far.
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