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  • I wonder, if I roll it under that chest under the window, he might leave me alone...
  • Just play with him for a little bit while I finish getting ready!
  • Without looking at George or waiting for him, he walked down the silent corridor, unlocked the door, reached in and turned on the lights and then, at last, turned away.
  • There is the Great Dane with that soggy tennis ball in his mouth, his tail flailing, knocking things off a table.
  • A great, moving weight struck him from behind, knocking him down flat on his face. For a moment he just wanted to lie there, his face down on the carpet, his body waiting for more of the attack he knew he deserved.Then something gently nudged him and he turned.
  • It was a mean thing to do to you, Dixon. But I need to know what sort of man I'm taking on this dangerous expedition. There's a balcony outside that window and this mutt loves to show off.
  • I'm ready, shall we go to the elevator? Hey... what's wrong?
  • The guilt of killing his potentiel boss' dog was eating him up inside. But was the guilt enough for him to ruin his architecture career?
  • Absolutely nothing Sir... Umm, yes let's go.
  • Had it been his fault? A dog had made a mistake and leaped out an open window. Had that been his fault? Was he to blame for that? Did he have to admit it? Should he lose this job because of a dog?
  • The Proffesor had been talking to him in the elevator, George couldn't listen to him, couldn't pay attention. This job he wanted so badly, this interview on which everything depended.
  • What's your defintion of courage?
  • Courage, sir? Er. Courage? I guess it's doing the right thing when you don't have to. Even though no one is watching. Nobody saw anything.
  • You and I. That's what he'd said. You and I. People would be standing in the rain, looking down at that beautiful dog lying crushed on the wet pavement.
  • That's a definition I'd never thought of. But it's not bad. Anyway, this expedition you and I were going on is going to take a lot of it.
  • Werner said nothing as he pushed George's hands aside and then walked to the front of the elevator and pushed the seventeen button.
  • As Werner started out, George pushed the CLOSE DOORS button and then turned and put both hands on Werner's shoulders, pushing him back against the wall.
  • I killed your dog. I was playing with him. Throwing the ball. He went out the window. Just out. Into the rain.
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