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“Every Sunday the doubts about next week, but he'd be here, she knew it and he knew it, he'd be here on the dot, squashing the bell-push with his thumb and furtively scanning the street like an escaped convict.”
“Someone must have been watching; before he could find a bell-push, or signal his presence in any way, the door swung silently open, and he was welcomed by a yellow-robed monk, who saluted him with clasped hands.”
“I pressed the bell-push and heard a noise like someone had walked into a xylophone.”
“Against the bell-push of number four it said 'Steel' in typewritten characters.”
“The man in the centre, a sergeant, had his hand raised to the bell-push but lowered it when he caught sight of me.”
“Mark supported him with his right arm and with his left hand kept his thumb on a bell-push that lay on the bed.”
“Then he pressed the bell-push and, when Achille appeared, gave a curt order for supper to be served.”
“He resolved to try to shake the matter from his mind, and his hand sought the bell-push.”
“The decision in his tone stopped her as her hand was half-way to the bell-push.”
“Well, get on with it," shouted Mr. Daily impatiently, and pressed a red bell-push.”
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