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sharp little voice manage: "No, I assure you I didn't. Never do. I eat very sparingly. In fact, I'm on a moderate diet."
As he said that, the thought, the explanation, flashed into his mind. Lord! How forgetful one becomes away from home! He put down the pipe he was now holding quite expertly and rose in real concern. He fumbled, found Mather's watch, and looked at it. Yes, it was true enough: it was full time-a bit over, in point of fact. He went over to his Mather-occupied body or, rather, the body that was now wholly occupying -engrossing Mather.
" It'll be all right in a minute. I'll show you what to do."
Mather only looked at him with dumb distress in his Jones-eyes. Then the mouth muttered weakly: "Can't you get me out of this?" He was too tired, evidently, even to protest.
" Yes, yes," said Jones reassuringly. "In a moment, in just a moment we'll change back. But just now-" He paused. The truth was that he was frightened, too-more frightened, maybe, than Mather was. For Mather didn't know what was wrong with him: what was giving out under him. Jones did. He didn't dare risk the change-over-with all that almost suffocating acceleration of the heart-when his body, with Mather inside it, might collapse before he was back in it and able to do what he knew must be done. What a fool he'd been not to keep an eye on the time. Of course, being out of his body he wouldn't have the warning sensation and, equally of course, Mather wouldn't know what those first symptoms would be signaling.
Well, somehow he must face Mather and get him to do what had to be done. Otherwise there were only two other

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