Mr. cruncher came to a stop on the pavement before he answered, "How should I know?"
Mr. cruncher's temper was not at all improved when he came to his breakfast.
Mr. cruncher's attention was here diverted to the door-keeper, whom he saw making his way to Mr. Lorry, with the note in his hand.
He resented Mrs. cruncher's saying grace with particular animosity.
Mr. cruncher had by this time taken quite a lunch of rust off his fingers in his following of the evidence.
"I believe it is something of that sort," said Mr. cruncher.
Unseen by the spy, Mr. cruncher stood at his side, and touched him on the shoulder like a ghostly bailiff.
Mr. cruncher, with some diffidence, explained himself as meaning "Old Nick's."
The bank closed, the ancient clerks came out, the usual watch was set, and Mr. cruncher and his son went home to tea.
Mr. cruncher came forward sideways, with one of his shoulders in advance of him.
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