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1  would probably not be fresh enough at that time.
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2  Proceedings are underway and you'll learn about everything all in good time.
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3  , remained standing confused by the instrument all the time it was going on.
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4  Maybe so," replied the supervisor, "only don't let's waste our time talking on like this.
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5  And cases like this can last a long time, especially the ones that have been coming up lately.
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6  That's enough for one day and we can take our leave of each other, for the time being at least.
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7  He finally kissed her on her neck and her throat and left his lips pressed there for a long time.
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8  "I meant it for your own good," said the stranger and opened the door, this time without being asked.
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9  He dressed hurriedly, without the time to think and assemble the various plans he had worked out during the week.
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10  He didn't want that to happen again, not this time at least; if they were play-acting he would act along with them.
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11  At the same time, though, he asked himself, this time looking at it from his own point of view, what reason he could have to do so.
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12  Things have a tendency to go missing in the storeroom, and after a certain amount of time they sell things off, whether the case involved has come to an end or not.
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13  It immediately occurred to him that he needn't have said this out loud, and that he must to some extent have acknowledged their authority by doing so, but that didn't seem important to him at the time.
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14  forced himself to answer, but his thoughts were mainly about that Sunday, how it would be best to get there for nine o'clock in the morning as that was the time that courts always start work on weekdays.
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15  He opened the wardrobe himself, spent a long time searching through all the clothes, and chose his best black suit which had a short jacket that had greatly surprised those who knew him, then he also pulled out a fresh shirt and began, carefully, to get dressed.
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16  Each time he had any small break from the day's work he considered, without knowing exactly what he had in mind, that Mrs. Grubach's flat seemed to have been put into great disarray by the events of that morning, and that it was up to him to put it back into order.
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17  without delaying a second time, "that, yes, I am very surprised but when you've been in the world for thirty years already and had to make your own way through everything yourself, which has been my lot, then you become hardened to surprises and don't take them too hard."
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