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For the moment it was this hundredth man Trencher would have to fear.
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"Crowd chasing a pickpocket, I imagine," said Trencher indifferently.
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Trencher, looking slantwise to the south, could see them plainly.
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But Trencher had quit looking that way and was looking another way.
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Moreover, this person was staring directly in Trencher's direction.
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"I won't leave a call—and I don't want to be disturbed," warned Trencher.
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And now the driver twisted his body and half-faced Trencher.
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Say, listen, Trencher, you might as well come clean with me.
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Now the tall man, the one conspicuously dressed, had been Trencher.
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Straining his eyes as he crossed over, Trencher thought he recognised his man.
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