1 A man is suspected of a crime months perhaps after it has been committed.
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2 You broke the thread of my thoughts; but perhaps it is as well.
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3 When there, a fresh altercation arose between them, in the course of which Drebber received a blow from the stick, in the pit of the stomach, perhaps, which killed him without leaving any mark.
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4 But for the first time it occurred to him that he was eleven years old and that perhaps his great muscles were not quite what they had once been.
5 If so, they would perhaps have noted that the white hoof and horn with which it had previously been marked had now been removed.
6 She always meant to set up a house of her own; perhaps in Kensington, perhaps at Kew, so that she could have the benefit of the gardens.
7 Or perhaps not a person's life; a county's.
8 A hundred miles away, Mrs. Swithin said; no, perhaps a hundred and fifty.
9 That was only scraps and fragments to all of them, excluding perhaps William Dodge, whom she called "Bill" publicly--a sign perhaps that he knew more than they did.
10 They looked at the view; they looked at what they knew, to see if what they knew might perhaps be different today.
11 The furniture was mid-Victorian, bought at Maples, perhaps, in the forties.
12 And when she mounted the soap box in the centre, representing perhaps a rock in the ocean, her size made her appear gigantic.
13 Then they talked as if they had known each other all their lives; which was odd, she said, as they always did, considering she'd known him perhaps one hour.
14 yet delayed a moment, seeing through the golden glory perhaps a crack in the boiler; perhaps a hole in the carpet; and hearing, perhaps, the daily drop of the daily bill.
15 If he could but once set eyes on him, he thought the mystery would lighten and perhaps roll altogether away, as was the habit of mysterious things when well examined.
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