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MERYS

was something. In any event it was better to be in a tough spot with a hundred and thirty pounds than without it.
He didn't like the situation. He began to think about Merys and Ralph Vanner. Merys was quite something, he thought. She knew what she wanted and she went straight out for it. It looked as if she wanted him. O'Day remembered all the incidents in the office-times when she'd come in to see Ralph, who by some chance was never there when she came.
From the beginning she'd tried a mild flirtation with O'Day, and afterwards, when the atmosphere had turned into something more serious, he'd decided it would be a good thing to tell Merys where she got off. He thought he might have known that women like Merys Vanner didn't get off; they stayed on the bus and made things not too amusing far everyone concerned.
And Ralph Vanner? O'Day thought he might easily be an unknown quantity. It was one thing to say he was weak, a bluffer, inefficient and a drunkard. But there was something more to Ralph than that. When he wasn't drinking he was quite a person and he had a vindicative streak in him. Also he was very much in lave with his wife. Ralph was quite capable of causing all sorts of trouble without any assistance from Merys and, with the pair of them at work causing trouble, O'Day thought that things might be quite exciting in the near future.
He shrugged his shoulders. He thought: This is just one of those things. One of those things which happen to people and which you play off the cuff or

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