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O'Day grinned at her. "What do you mean by that one?"
She said: "I don't know. ... But last night I was thinking. I was thinking it would be very funny if this egg Pavin was the boy Dougal was looking for."
O'Day said: "It would be very funny. But it's a good idea for girls like you not to think too much."
" Well, I was only wondering. So long, Terry. I'll be seeing you." She went out.
O'Day went back to his chair by the fire. He took Needham's letter out of his pocket; began to read it again.


IV

At eleven o'clock on Tuesday morning the Assistant Commissioner came into Dougal's office. Dougal was sitting at his desk smoking a short briar pipe, trying to work out The Time.r cross-word puzzle.
Grogan said: "Have you ever finished one of those things, Dougal?"
Dougal shook his head. He said solemnly: "I don't think a day passes, except Sundays, when I don't have a go at this thing, but there's always something trips me up. One of these fine days I'll get one out." He pushed the folded newspaper to one sidL.
Grogan asked: "How's the Vanner thing doing? Did you read the newspapers yesterday?"
Dougal nodded. "One of them was a little bit sarcastic about us, I think, sir. They said England

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