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  • Wimp's eye glittered with excitement and contempt for Grodman's blindness.

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  • You plant one in my house to tell my secrets to Wimp, and you plant one in Wimp's house to tell Wimp's secrets to me, I suppose.

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  • Crowl's face was hidden behind his red handkerchief; even the fire of excitement in Wimp's eye was quenched for a moment by a tear-drop, as he thought of

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  • Wimp's theory was impossible; they would even admit it was quite possible that the staple of the bolt had been torn off beforehand.

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  • "On the day I was born," said Wimp's grandmother-in-law, "over a hundred years ago, there was a babe murdered."

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  • I had taken all this trouble merely to put a feather in Wimp's cap, whereas I had expected to shake his reputation by it.

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  • Another of Wimp's grandmother-in-law's delusions was that Wimp had married to get her into the family.

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  • Meantime, Mr.. Wimp was bathing Mr. Wimp's eye, and rubbing him generally with arnica.

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  • This coincided with Mr.. Wimp's own convictions, though Mr. Wimp could never be brought to see anything unsatisfactory or suspicious about the girl, not even though there were faults in spelling in the

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  • This was Wimp's wife's mother's mother, a lady of sweet seventy.

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