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1  s hand once more, jumped up and ran over to the window.
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2  Hung up on the handle of the open window was a white blouse.
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3  Hanging on the handle of the window is a white blouse - I just mention that by the way.
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4  "No," said the man at the window, who threw his book down on a coffee table and stood up.
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5  had gone up to his window that they seemed to become uneasy about quietly watching what was going on.
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6  As far as could be seen, everything was indeed in its place, not even the blouse was hanging on the window handle.
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7  wanted to sit down, but then he saw that, apart from the chair by the window, there was nowhere anywhere in the room where he could sit.
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8  , at the bank, had a big office with an ante-room, and had an enormous window through which he could look down at the activity in the square.
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9  Through the open window he noticed the old woman again, who had come close to the window opposite so that she could continue to see everything.
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10  They did not disappear entirely, though, but seemed to be waiting for the moment when they could come back to the window without being noticed.
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11  , because this woman at the window, this lush, supple, warm body in its sombre clothes of rough, heavy material belonged to him, totally to him and to him alone.
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12  looked round the room, it looked exactly as it usually did, the breakfast dishes, which had been on the table by the window that morning, had already been cleared away.
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13  Once he had settled his thoughts towards the woman in this way, he began to find the quiet conversation at the window was taking too long, he rapped on the podium with his knuckles, and then even with his fist.
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14  He walked up and down the free space in the room a couple of times, across the street he could see the old woman who, now, had pulled an old man, much older than herself, up to the window and had her arms around him.
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15  If nobody believed him, and in this case that would be understandable, he could bring Mrs. Grubach in as a witness, or even the old pair from across the street, who probably even now were on their way over to the window opposite.
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16  Perhaps there was a little more space in there than usual today, but if so it was not immediately obvious, especially as the main difference was the presence of a man sitting by the open window with a book from which he now looked up.
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17  At the window across the street, there was the old pair again, although now their number had increased, as behind them, and far taller than they were, stood a man with an open shirt that showed his chest and a reddish goatee beard which he squeezed and twisted with his fingers.
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