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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

getting tinier and more abjectly helpless with every minute that passed.
In moments of crisis a man is apt to resort to panic measures, and in so doing it is just possible that he does blindly the thing which in his saner moments he would do only after hours of studious thought and logical reasoning.
Dain did.
He stuck his head out of the window and redirected the driver to Kii~gsway again. He stopped him at the top of Southampton Row, paid him off, and walked to his laboratory.
The place was almost silent. A single dynamo hummed quietly in the corner, a tiny coronet of blue sparks playing on the commutators. Dain switched on the restful green lights and started up the other three dynamos. In his long white overalls he moved about through the uncanny gloom like a dim ghost in the twilight of the gods.
With headphones on and contact keys plugged in on a whole series of winking dials, he renounced himself to another long bout of listening.
A brazen bell in a clock-tower boomed two o'clock clangorously into the night, but Dain, in his soundproof room, heard nothing of it.
And then, when his head was almost lolling forward with weariness, he got a line on a conversation that jolted the weariness out of him, that galvanised him into a new effort of eager intensity.

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