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So it came as a relief when we closed down and I was strolling slowly along the
wharves in the coolness. The sky was green, and it was pleasant to be out-of-
doors after the stuffy office. However, I went straight home, as I had to put some ...
But nobody made a move yet; it was just as if everything had closed in on us so
that we couldn't stir. We could only watch each other, never lowering our eyes;
the whole world seemed to have come to a standstill on this little strip of sand ...
I was rather taken aback; my impression had been that the incident was closed,
and I hadn't given a thought to it on my way here. On seeing me, the Arab raised
himself a little, and his hand went to his pocket. Naturally, I gripped Raymond's ...
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