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  • Он болтал что-то на ужаснейшем испанском, который мне только доводилось слышать. - Он сказал, что на руке у мистера Танкадо было кольцо. Офицер кивнул, достал из пачки «Дукадо» сигарету, посмотрел на плакат с надписью «No fumar» - «Не курить» - и все же закурил.

    - Наверное, я должен был обратить на это внимание, но тот тип показался мне настоящим психом. Беккер нахмурился.


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