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1  , who was tired of Miss Montag continuously watching his lips.
The Trial By Franz Kafka
ContextHighlight   In Chapter Four Miss B├╝rstner's Friend
2  Over many years, the man watches the doorkeeper almost without a break.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Nine In the Cathedral
3  , as he glanced at Leni, who was watching him carefully, to check on her.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Eight Block, the businessman - Dismissing the ...
4  saw the two gentlemen cheek by cheek, close in front of his face, watching the result.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Ten End
5  more than she was watching his uncle even while the latter was still speaking about her.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Six K.'s uncle - Leni
6  had gone up to his window that they seemed to become uneasy about quietly watching what was going on.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter One Arrest - Conversation with Mrs. Grubach - ...
7  watched as a reddish shadow built up around the head of the judge under their quivering tips and radiated out the to edges of the picture.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
8  watched her without expression like a stranger, he wanted to show neither that he was disappointed nor that he would easily get over his disappointment.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
9  Before Leni said anything she looked down at Block and watched him a short while as he raised his hands towards her and rubbed them together imploringly.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Eight Block, the businessman - Dismissing the ...
10  had noticed in the background earlier, he held firmly on to the beam above the low door swinging a little on the tips of his feet as if becoming impatient as he watched.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
11  stood where he was and watched them through the open double doorway, the last to go, of course, was the apathetic Rabensteiner who had broken into no more than an elegant trot.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter One Arrest - Conversation with Mrs. Grubach - ...
12  waited a little while, looked from his pillow at the old woman who lived opposite and who was watching him with an inquisitiveness quite unusual for her, and finally, both hungry and disconcerted, rang the bell.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter One Arrest - Conversation with Mrs. Grubach - ...
13  The light made its way in through them, and it was also possible to see individual officials through them as they sat writing at their desks or stood up at the wooden frameworks and watched the people on the corridor through the gaps.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
14  He watched her in irritation as Leni now took the candle from the businessman's hand - which he had been holding on to all this time - wiped his hand with her apron and then knelt beside him to scratch off some wax that had dripped from the candle onto his trousers.
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ContextHighlight   In Chapter Eight Block, the businessman - Dismissing the ...
15  still had enough control of himself to turn away from the deputy director and direct his friendly, albeit stiff, smile only at the manufacturer, he made no other retaliation, bent down slightly and supported himself with both hands on his desk like a clerk, and watched as the two gentlemen, still talking, took the papers from his desk and disappeared into the manager's office.
The Trial By Franz Kafka
ContextHighlight   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter